Day 10 – Forms

Google Forms are easy to use and share and can collect a variety of data.  Think about a time that you have wanted information from a number of people. By creating a Google Form all of your information is organized in one place in a spreadsheet format. So, how do you do it?

  1. Click Create new > Form.

  1. In the form template that opens, you can add any questions and options you’d like. You can move around the questions and select a variety of question formats (multiple choice, check boxes, short answer, etc.)
  2. Click Email this form once you’ve finished adding your questions. You can also send a URL to your friends if you prefer that.
  3. Add the email addresses (or select people from your address book) of the people to whom you want to send this form.
  4. Click Send

Then, when you want to check out your collected information you can access the spreadsheet. If you need to make any changes to the form you can edit it by opening the spreadsheet then clicking on Form, then Edit Form.

Want to know more bells and whistles about Google Forms? Check out this link!

Want to see what a Google Form looks like? Then check out my sample form about my blog by clicking here.


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