Google Forms

Forms is used to create forms that collect responses, such as questionnaires, tests or feedback.

Forms allow for a myriad of question formats, such as multiple choice, checkboxes, short and long open-ended reply boxes, select from a drop-down menus, linear scales and grids. There are options to make a question mandatory or not, and images can be uploaded.

Only if the user who created the form allows it. When creating a form you are given the option of whether to collect the e-mail address of recipients or not. If you chose not to, responses will be anonymous. If you choose to collect e-mail addresses, you can see the responses each individual user gave, and users responding to your form will be informed that their email address will be collected.

No. If you are collecting the e-mail addresses of recipients, they must be informed to ensure compliance with the GDPR. There is no way to remove the notice.

Once you have completed creating your form, you should click the SEND link in the upper-right-hand-corner. You may send the form via e-mail or simply generate a link that you can distribute by other methods.

Once at least one user has submitted a response, an option labelled Responses will appear at the top of your form.

They can. Next to the SEND button in the upper-right-hand-corner there is an icon with three vertical dots. Click this, then select Add collaborators from the menu. As with other collaborative platforms, multiple users can edit the form simultaneously and the item they are currently editing will be highlighted with their colour. Please keep in mind that all collaborators can also see all of the submitted responses.

Forms does not include a Version History.

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