Google Forms is a useful tool to help you plan events, send a survey, give students a quiz, or collect other information in an easy, streamlined way. A Google form can be connected to a Google spreadsheet. If a spreadsheet is linked to the form, responses will automatically be sent to the spreadsheet. Otherwise, users can view them on the “Summary of Responses” page accessible from the Responses menu.
If you have thought of implementing Google Form on your website, or making a Confession Page on Facebook and Get Confessions and Secrets through Google forms. Here’s how to create Google Form for Websites and Store Responses
To create a Google Form you can go to your Google Drive and follow the steps below.
- Click on Create and choose Forms
- Give a solid title and choose theme for your Form
- Add Description, Questions and other Items for your Form
- Scroll down to add Respond message.
- Click Done.
- Click on Choose Response Destination on the format bar above Form, and you will see this window
- To see the demo, click on View Live Form. Dothisbest’s demo Google Form appeared like this.
- Now, you can submit some answers from the form, as I did in above image. And responses are saved on the spreadsheet created. You can access it by clicking on View Responses.
- Now that you have seen responses from user you can create survey or report, quizzes or plan for any events.
Now, if you wish to share the form among your friends on Facebook, Twitter or other Social Networks, Google Drive gives option to share it on click. So you can Share the Google Docs Form via Facebook, Twitter or Google Plus. Or, if you want to embed and implement the form onto your Website, Google Drive provides you a bunch of code. you need to copy that to your webpage and you will get the form on to your webpage. You can follow the steps:
- Click on Send Form
- To embed Google Form on Websites, Click on Embed.
- You can copy paste the HTML to embed Google Forms on your website.
I hope this tutorial has helped you so far. You can give us feedback on the form we just created. Click here to send response. If you encountered some problem in creating Google Forms you can leave comments below.
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