First, you need to associate column names with the inplacement media used in the models, and then create a JSON object with the Deplace/Value pair. I think that is important. Of course, we can use form field names directly as model place support, but we need to change each model whenever we need to change something in our form. By storing this information, you assume certain rights and obligations for the protection of this data. You must also define the limits of your liability with the people who fill out the forms so that they know your rights and restrictions as well as yours. You can do all of this with a statement of terms and conditions. As GoogleForms can be used to collect personal data online, it has some privacy and security issues. For example, names, addresses, email addresses, phone numbers and personal settings can be saved with Google Forms. Of course, we could have more than one model and we can implement some business logic to choose the right one, depending on the response given by the form. Decide where to place your terms and conditions. It probably depends on what your conditions cover. Under your conditions, it is important that you put your link to your terms and conditions at the top of your form. You can find information on how to contact Google on our contact page.