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What is Google Forms
Posted by Jon Mark on 23 June 2014 05:28 PM

What is Google Forms

Google Forms is useful for collecting information as a form or survey. This does not replace Qualtrics, but could be useful for social data collection. In Google Drive, this functions just like any other document and you can edit the form from your Google Drive like you would any other document. Then you can send the form itself to others using email. 


The responses are then saved automatically into a Google Sheet that has the same name as the form, but with (Responces) after it. For example,  Quiz 1 (Responces)  The top row of the Sheet holds the questions. One question in each column. Each response is saved as its own row below the question row. 

 Here is an image of a form next to its response.




Updated June 16 2015 - AKM

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