For instance, let's say I think this is great (I do) and wish to use it, but as I've a mountain of important personal stuff accessed via my Google accounts, how specifically can I grant just certain access and not give freedom to routtle around on things unrelated to form filling? Is this done with users needing to trust you not to overstep or does it happen in a way where the control sits with the user/Google?
Head on over to the site and sign up for an invite once it's ready. I'd also love to know how YOU use Google Forms in your business or personal life.
Full Disclosure -- this is only 20% built out at this point
I have an ultra-specific use-case that I describe in detail here https://yazin.org/experiments/lose-100g-a-day/ (essentially, I use it to track calories). Google Form's web interface gets tiresome when you have to use it 10+ times a day, so I wanted something quick and that works offline (I've had to resubmit that damn form countless times).
I am seeing several things I associate with a project that is thinking about commercializing. If this is the case, it seems like rocky territory either way.