In this video, staff author Jess Stratton shows the many ways to send out a Google form, including direct email, copying a link, embedding onto a website, and more.
- [Narrator] We've worked hard on this form…and finalized where the responses will go.…It's time to make the application public.…There are many ways to get a Google form…to the right person.…We'll start by clicking the send button…on the top right-hand side of the screen.…We can email it to anybody.…If you have a class listserv,…you could send out a quiz using that listserv email address.…You can also send it out manually from here…to anybody who requests a copy of our adoption application.…
If the user has a Gmail or Google Apps email address,…you can embed the form right in the email itself.…This option is going to be grayed out…if the email address isn't one of those,…a Gmail or a Google Apps.…You can also click Add collaborators…if you want other people to help you design the form.…Finally, at the top of the screen,…you can choose to collect usernames.…I don't need to in this case.…It's not necessary for my form.…
After the email options, click the Link option.…This is going to give you a link directly to the survey.…
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- Creating a new form
- Adding questions, images, videos, and sections
- Using form templates
- Viewing response data