Google Forms - send responses to Telegram/Discord

Hi all,
Loving Make - so glad I discovered it.
Trying to work out the best way to send a summary of responses to a Google Form to telegram/discord. The form asks people to fill out a Multiple-choice grid question, ranking the finishing order of drivers in the upcoming grand prix. The row labels are the driver names, and participants select what position they will finish in (1st - 10th or out of the points).

I’d like to be able to use the data to send a summary of what people predicted in the following format:

1st - Driver
2nd - Driver
3rd - Driver
… and so on

I thought of using an “If” function in the mapping section, (eg: IF(Driver1=“1st”,“Driver Name”,etc) but I can’t work out how to return the question name which is also the driver name. choose the Question name but it returns [collection] rather than the name of the question.

I hope this makes sense - very keen to hear if anyone has any ideas to make this easier!


Welcome to the Make community!

Can you provide a link to the form, or show us a screenshot of how this looks like?

Have you set up a scenario to watch new Google Form submissions, and can you provide an example output bundle of this trigger module?

1. Screenshots of module fields and filters

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Following these steps will allow others to assist you here. Thanks!


Thanks, here’s a link to the form (feel free to have a go at filling it out haha):

blueprint.json (346.7 KB)

Blueprint is updated above.

Can’t get any of the output bundles yet. Can upload later if i can.

The form link doesn’t seem to work. Perhaps you can upload a screenshot of what the questions look like instead.

If you can upload a copy of the trigger module output bundle that would help the most.

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