Google Drive form is one of the easiest way to generate forms. Google docs used to have Google Analytics integration but it’s no longer available. Thanks Google for making our life harder
Anyway, I use this trick for goal tracking for Google forms. It might not be the best one or the optimal one but it works.
Solution for Google form Goal Tracking
One liner – Convert the form page (hosted on Google) source code into HTML and then use that code with event tracking.
Still no clue? Here is the long form of the answer.
Steps to track form submission as Goal:
1) Convert the iframe embedded code into HTML
It’s really simple. Just open the form in a browser and copy it source.
I’m using this demo form here. Just open link and copy it source.
2) Tweak the form as per your need.
Remove header part and other not useful scripts from there. You can also style it using your own CSS.
I converted the source code of first step form into something like this.
3) Use event tracking using on-click event on Submit button
Use this tool for creating an event.
4) Use event as a goal
Let me know if you are having any problem.