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Google Spreadsheet re-integration not fetching the last 5k submissionsAsked by linfoxt on December 03, 2015 at 02:27 AM
I have a form that has almost 80k submissions, this form receives an average of 300 submissions / day, so this number will grow and grow.
I've re created the integration due a problem with the integration, but I 1594 submissions starting with submission from 2014 and then suddenly it jumped to 2015. Please could you check? I really need this working as I generate daily reports based on this.
I don't know the reason, but the integration with the Google Spreadsheet has been lost yesterday, I know that is not simple to create 80k spreadsheet; however, as I've been told on this topic, the Google Spreadsheet will limit to 5k submissions to avoid issues.
Form ID = 42227401036947
The way how I understand it is that the new google spreadsheet integration is only fetching the last 2400+ submissions instead of the 5000 submissions as mentioned by our developer in the original thread. The 2400+ is the number based on your spreadsheet.
I have forwarded this thread to our developers and if there are updates, you should know it through this thread.
Remember that there is a gap between submissions that have been fetched
To clarify, what you meant by a gap, is that there are submissions that weren't fetched in between? For example, it jumped to another submission to start on the spreadsheet and skipped the others, is that correct?
I see my colleague has already forwarded this to our developers.
Check the image below, it clearly shows the gap
Thank you for the clarification. I have noted the gap in the report.