Here are some tips I experience while customize Buttons, Links, and Actions on Salesforce.com. I will put related tips/notes here.
To integrate Google Forms and Salesforce.com, I choose to use POST method to send data from Sheets to Web to Any and let it do the rest of everything. It provides more security than the building-in W2L by assigning a pageToken to every web form it generates. If a post doesn’t contains pageToken, it simply returns HTTP Error 400 Bad request.
Although it’s easy to install, I need to manually modify Visualforce page security and object permission in profile for user accounts with a custom profile. Continue reading