If you want to create online surveys, quizzes or questionnaires, Google Forms is one of the most feature-rich tools available. If you are not familiar with Google Forms, then this guide is for you. Read on and we will tell you how to create a form in Google Forms, how to share Google Forms, how to check Google Forms, and all the other information you need to know about this tool.
Google Forms: How to create a form
Creating a form on Google Forms is very simple. Follow these orders.
- Visit docs.google.com/forms.
- After loading the website, hover over + Icon to start creating a new blank form, or you can select a template.To start from the beginning, click Create new table.
- Starting from the top, you can add a title and description.
- In the box below, you can add questions.To continue adding more questions, just continue to click + Icon in the toolbar on the right.
- Other settings in the floating toolbar include: import questions from other forms, add subtitles and descriptions, add photos, add videos, and create separate sections in the form.
- Please note that at any given time, you can always click Preview The icon appears in the upper right corner next to “Settings” to see how your form will look when others open it.
Google Forms Customization: How to design a form
Now that you understand the basics of Google Forms, please follow the steps below to design a form. This is how to do it.
- hit Custom theme The icon next to the preview icon opens the theme options.
- You can then choose a preloaded image as the title, or you can even choose to use a personal photo.
- Next, you can choose to use the theme color of the title image, or you can set it according to your preferences. Please note that the background color depends on the theme color you choose.
- Finally, you can choose from a total of four different font styles.
Google Forms: Field Options
When you create a form in Google Forms, you will get a lot of field options.take a look
- After you write down the question, you can choose how you want others to answer the question.
- The options include “short answer” (the most suitable one-line answer) and “paragraph”, and the respondent is required to provide a detailed answer.
- Below this, you can even set the answer type to “multiple choice”, “checkbox” or “drop-down list”.
- Continuing, if you want to set a proportion for the respondents, you can also choose Linear, allowing them to choose from lower to higher options. If you want to have more columns and rows in multiple choice questions, you can select the “multiple choice” grid or the “check box” grid.
- You can also ask the respondent to answer by adding a file. These can be photos, videos, documents, etc. You can choose to set the maximum number of files and the maximum file size limit.
- If your question requires a specific date and time, you can also choose the date and time separately.
- Finally, if you want to create a repeating field, you can click Repeat. You can also delete specific fields by clicking Delete.
Google Forms: How to create a quiz
By following the above points, you can create a form, which can basically be a survey or questionnaire. But what if you want to create a quiz? Follow these orders.
- To convert your form into a quiz, go to Set value > Hit test Tab>Enable Take a quiz.
- You can choose below whether you want the respondent to get the results immediately or display the results manually later.
- You can also choose “missing questions”, “correct answers” and “scores” to display the content of the respondent.hit save shut down.
- Now, under each question, you need to assign the correct answer and main points.To do this, click Answer key > tick Correct answer> distribution Click>Add answer feedback (optional)>Hit save.
- Now, as long as the respondent gives the correct answer, they will automatically get full marks. Of course, you can only check by going to the “Response” tab and selecting the responder by their email address.
Google Forms: How to share responses
Now that you know how to create a form, design a form, and display it as a survey or quiz, let’s take a look at how to collaborate with others to make a form, and finally how to share a form with others. Follow these orders.
- Collaborating on your Google Form is easy, just click Three o’clock Icon in the upper right corner and click Add collaborator.
- You can then add the email of the person you want to work with, or you can copy the link and share the link through a third-party application such as WhatsApp Web or Facebook Messenger.
- When everything is ready and ready to share the form, click send Share your form via email, or you can even send it as a link. You can also shorten the URL just in case. In addition, if you want to embed the form on your website, there is an embed option.
Google Forms: How to view responses
You can access all Google Forms on Google Drive, and even the Google Forms website. Therefore, to evaluate a specific table, follow the steps below.
- Open the Google form you want to evaluate.
- After loading, go to Response label.The first thing you need to do is to disable Accept response This way, the respondent cannot make further changes to the form.
- In addition, you can check summary Tab to view the performance of all respondents.
- of question Labels allow you to evaluate the answers by selecting each question one by one.
- At last, personal Tags allow you to evaluate the individual performance of each respondent.
This is all you need to know about Google Forms. If you have any questions, please let us know in the comments.
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