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How to create a Google Forms



To create a Google Form, follow these steps:

  1. Go to your Google Drive: Open your web browser and navigate to Google Drive (drive.google.com) and sign in with your Google account.

  2. Create a new form: Click on the "+ New" button on the left-hand side and select "Google Forms" from the drop-down menu. A new Google Forms window will open.

  3. Set up your form: In the Google Forms window, enter a title for your form and, if desired, a description or any instructions for respondents.

  4. Add questions: Click on the "+ Add question" button to start adding questions to your form. Select the type of question you want to add, such as multiple choice, short answer, or dropdown. Enter the question text and options as needed. Repeat this step for each question you want to include.

  5. Customize form settings: Click on the gear icon in the top-right corner of the Google Forms window to access the settings. Here, you can choose options like limiting responses, allowing respondents to edit their answers, or collecting email addresses. Customize the settings based on your preferences.

  6. Customize the appearance: Click on the "Theme" button, represented by a paint palette, to customize the appearance of your form. You can choose from various pre-designed themes or customize colors and fonts to match your preferences or branding.

  7. Add images or videos (optional): To add images or videos to your form, click on the "+" button that appears when you hover between questions. You can add images from your computer, Google Drive, or provide the URL of an image. Videos can be added from YouTube or by providing the video URL.

  8. Preview your form: Click on the "eye" icon in the top-right corner to preview how your form will appear to respondents. This allows you to review the layout, question order, and any customization you have made.

  9. Share your form: Once you're satisfied with your form, click on the "Send" button in the top-right corner. You can choose to share the form via email, generate a link to share, or embed the form on a website or blog.

  10. Collect responses: As respondents fill out the form, their answers will be automatically recorded in a Google Sheets spreadsheet. You can access this spreadsheet by clicking on the "Responses" tab in the form editor. The spreadsheet will store and organize all the responses received.

That's it! You have now created a Google Form. You can monitor responses, view results, and analyze the data collected in the associated Google Sheets spreadsheet.

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Parag Nesarikar

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