In this video, staff author Jess Stratton shows how to change the color scheme of a Google form, how to add an image banner, and how to preview the form as it's being built.
- [Instructor] By default, when you create…a new Google Form, Google gives it to you…with this purple color but that might not fit your needs.…You can change it by scrolling all the way…to the top of the form and clicking the palette icon.…You have a few options here.…You can choose a new color palette, you can test them out…by clicking on them and your form will change immediately.…You can also move to a theme.…On the bottom right-hand side, click the image icon.…
From here, you can choose many categories of themes…that you can use for your form.…There's work ad school,…party invitation themes, wedding, nights out,…you can even choose from some illustrations.…You can also upload your own.…You can click upload photos, choose to select…a photo from your computer, and browse.…I'm going to choose a photo and click open,…but it is important to note that you will…have to crop your image.…
This one's not so ideal, so I'm going to click cancel.…I'll click back on the palette, back on the image,…I'll select illustrations, and find one…
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- Creating a new form
- Adding questions, images, videos, and sections
- Using form templates
- Viewing response data