File uploads
How to upload files to Google Sheets and Notion with Sheet Monkey
Sheet Monkey allows you to upload files using native form fields. This can be great for certain use cases when you need more than text from your form.
First, in the Sheet Monkey dashboard, you need to enable file uploads for the forms that you want to accept files on. Do this by toggling File Upload to on.
In the form tag, you must add an enctype=multipart/form-data attribute. Then add an <input type='file' name='My File'/> tag to your form. There's a number of options you can add to this tag to customize it. For example, if you only want to accept PNG and JPEG images, we can add accept="image/png, image/jpeg". You can learn more about all the available options for the file input tag here.

Downloading your files

When a user uploads a file using one of your form's file input fields, it behaves like any other Sheet Monkey field, except the files are converted into download links:
An example of how a file upload appears in a Google Sheet


  • File Uploads requires an unlimited account.
  • Uploads are limited to 100MB.
  • Users may have issues with larger files on slower connections.
Please contact support with any issues you encounter.
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Downloading your files