Setting Up Destinations

In this article we will give an overview of Destinations

What are Destinations?

"Destinations" are the end point for your submission data, the final outcome. This is where all your information, signatures and/or images contained within, will go.

How to setup a Destination:

In order to set up a Destination for your form, go to your "Forms" page.  Click the link in the Destinations column of the form you would like to add the Destination to or click on the 3 dashes below each other to view the menu to add a Destination from there, as shown below.

Note: If there are no Destinations added to your account, this button will read "0", else the number displayed is the amount of Destinations that has already been created for the specific form.



This will take you to the "Destinations" page, where you will next need to click "New Destination".

 Note: By default you will have two Destinations setup for every new form you create.

You will then be taken to a page that allows you to choose the destination you would like to send your data to:


Note: Depending on the subscription package you have, your destination "Type" options will vary.

Once you have selected your Destination, you will be given the option to choose the format in which you would like the data delivered.

Each of these options, depending on what you choose, have their own subsets or formats to choose from.

At this point, if you are on a paid plan, you will also see that you can specify to have your images, signatures and sketches sent to a different Destination.



Next you will see that a box has appeared with optional configuration options.


When you have a Word or PDF Destination that involves a template, click "Show Options" and fill in the necessary details. You will also be able to download a sample template that provides you with all the placeholders for the questions of your form.

Depending on what your Destination is, you now may have to authorize your account (ex. Google Drive, Dropbox,


Soon enough you will be done and ready to add the Destination. To do this, click "Create Destination". 

This concludes our overview of setting up Destinations.  If you have any questions or comments feel free to send us a message at or leave us a comment below. 



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    Jesse Hammond

    Being a newbie. How do I set up a folder path to a specific folder in google drive?

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    Jesse, after authorizing the Google Drive acess, put the desired folder path. If the folder exists it will be used, if not, the folder will be created.


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    How to Shrink the Google Map image in PDF destination to fit into width 400px and height 200px before adding it??? Secondly how can we change the data and time format to DD/MM/YYYY
    Any help in this regard will be highly appreciated.

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    "At this point, you will also see that you can specify to have your images, signatures and sketches sent to a different destination."

    Above statement only applies to paid account? I can't find option in my free account to specify image destination for Google Spreadsheet format. Or am I missing something?

    Mine's automatically brought to Amazon S3. That's fine but would prefer all data be sent to the same Google destination.

    Any thought? Thanks!

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    @joyfultech Thanks pointing this out. Yes, this only available on our paid subscriptions.

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    I am thanks you vary much thanks again.

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