In this video, staff author Jess Stratton shows the available options for handling a form when it's not needed anymore, but the links are still out there.
- [Instructor] When you're all done with your form,…you can change to the Responses tab…and un-toggle Accepting responses.…This means that even if the link is floating out there,…if people are forwarding it around via email,…or if it's still available somewhere on social media,…even clicking the link will not allow anybody…to complete the form anymore.…You can also click the three dots in the Responses area…and choose Delete all responses.…This way you can start from scratch with the same form.…
You can also click the three dots…at the very top right-hand side of the page.…From here, you can click Move to trash…and delete the entire form.…You can also choose to make a copy of it if you wanted to.…But the final way to delete the form is…to click back on Google Drive where the form is stored…and delete it from here.…You do that by right-clicking and choosing Remove.…
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- Creating a new form
- Adding questions, images, videos, and sections
- Using form templates
- Viewing response data