Google Forms is a free product to help you create surveys, quizzes and other information-gathering items. Jess Stratton shows you how to create a form and save the results to a Google Sheet.
- [Presenter] Google Forms can be used to create surveys,…collect feedback, plan events, get advice,…or even send quizzes out.…You first create the form in Google Drive…or from within a Google Sheet.…The forms' results are stored in the different tab…in that Google Sheet.…Google Forms are free to use for anybody…with your Google account.…Let's create a very simple form to get some feedback…from our hotel guests.…I have a new blank sheet open here.…The first thing I'm going to do is give it a title.…In the top right-hand corner I'm going to rename it…from Untitled Spreadsheet.…
Now that it has a name I'll click Insert on the top menu…and choose Form all the way near the bottom.…It's going to open up Google Forms…and we have many, many ways that we can decorate…and create this form.…I'm going to click inside where it says Form Description…underneath the title.…I can also change the form name itself.…For example, I'll take the word Results off of it…and call it Hotel Guest Feedback.…In the Form Description I can add some text…
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- Protecting sheets against unwanted changes
- Rearranging rows and columns
- Adding data validation to cells
- Using the image function to easily add images to cells
- Inserting a gauge chart for status updates
- Adding estimate data to Google charts
- Publishing charts to a website
- Using Google Forms to create surveys
- Using Google Sheets add-ons