In this video, staff author Jess Stratton shows who is entitled to use Google Forms—no matter what type of Google account you have—and how to access it from any Google product screen.
- [Instructor] The great news is that Google Forms is free for anyone to use with their existing Google account. That means if you have a Gmail, YouTube or an account to use any other Google product, whether it's for work school or personal use, you can use Google Forms, and it's free or already included in the cost of your business account. If you currently don't have a Google account, you can sign up for one, and again, it's free. And this will allow you to use Google Forms. You can access all of the Google products that you're entitled to use by clicking on the grid thumbnail icon at the top right-hand side of any Google product while you're signed in.
Google Forms isn't listed here, but I can click on Google Drive, and I can access Google Forms this way. Don't worry if you're feeling a little bit lost. I'm going to show you this in depth in the next video.
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- Creating a new form
- Adding questions, images, videos, and sections
- Using form templates
- Viewing response data