In this video, staff author Jess Stratton shows how to create a form from a pre-built template, in which the questions and design of the form has already been created.
- [Instructor] I'm going to take a break…from my form for just a minute.…I'm back in my Google Drive,…which is where my form is stored.…I can double-click on this form at any time,…but I can see that it's my form, because of this icon.…Let's quickly create a form from a template.…There's two ways to do it.…Click the blue new button in Google Drive,…hover your mouse over more, hover your mouse over the arrow…to the right of Google forms,…and instead of choosing a blank form, click from a template.…
The other way to do it, is by pointing your browser…to forms.google.com.…It's going to take you to this screen…and again here we can see…our recent form that we've been working on.…And I can click on that to edit it at any time,…but I'm interested in these pre-built templates.…If I very quickly need to get a form up and running,…I can use these pre-built templates from the gallery.…I can only see four here, but there's many more.…To access them all click the arrows…to the right of template gallery.…
It's going to open up all the choices.…
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- Creating a new form
- Adding questions, images, videos, and sections
- Using form templates
- Viewing response data