In this video, staff author Jess Stratton shows how to set up all response options for Google forms, including linking to a Google Sheet, and turning the form into a quiz.
- [Instructor] Now that our form is all created,…let's move on to handling the responses.…There's two main tabs for Google Forms.…The first one that we've been working with…is all about the questions,…but I'm now going to click to the Responses tab.…I can see here that my form…is currently accepting responses.…I can turn this feature off…and make my form unavailable for future responses…by clicking this off, but I'll keep it on.…I'm next going to click the three dots.…
I can turn on whether I want to get…email notifications for new responses.…And I can also choose my response destination.…That is where these answers are going to be stored.…It's a Google sheet, so this is going to give me…the opportunity to created a different name…for the Google sheet,…or if I already had one precreated,…I could point it to that Google sheet.…So I'll go ahead and click Select Response Destination.…Here's where I could choose…to select an existing spreadsheet if I already had one.…
In this case, I'm fine with the responses…going to a new spreadsheet.…
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- Creating a new form
- Adding questions, images, videos, and sections
- Using form templates
- Viewing response data