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I'm arranging an event where im using google forms so people can sign up. I can only have 100 people and want the sheet to stop accepting new signups to the form when the number is 100. Is this something that we can do with google docs forms?

If you can do this can you also make it so that the form changes to a message saying that its now full and you can sign up on a waiting list where you might be able to go.

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This is a good question. I would recommend asking the other part (what you added in the EDIT section) as a separate question though, since they are two different features. – Senseful Sep 28 '10 at 6:58
see this [question][1] in StackOverflow, it will fix your problem. [1]: stackoverflow.com/questions/10441750/… – MhdSyrwan Feb 19 '13 at 9:50

Theres a workaround using a spreadsheet to access the form.

A few useful examples are available in this thread;


Hope this helps.

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