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Custom Paths

Google ClassroomIntegration

Form Passwords

AddingCollaborators

Sharing toResponsers

Question Types

CustomizingForm Designs

What is Google Forms?

Creating Forms

Feedback

need help?

Form Responses

I have made a copy of the practice Form, and I am ready to start my training!

Welcome to the Google Forms training page!

As you go through each of the buttons on this interactive page, some may ask you to practice editing a Google Forms file from the beginning of the lesson.To access this practice file, click on the Google Forms logo!As always, please let Popple know if you have any questions!

Custom Paths

Google ClassroomIntegration

Form Passwords

AddingCollaborators

Sharing toResponsers

Question Types

CustomizingForm Designs

What is Google Forms?

Creating Forms

Feedback

need help?

Form Responses

Can I post my form on Google Classroom?

Yes! And if you grade the form responses, you can import grades straight to your students in Classroom without typing them in by hand!When posting an assignment on Google Classroom, add your form by using the Drive button, and make sure Grade importing is toggled on.Important Note: 1. If you have any other materials attached, importing will not be an option. 2. If you have importing toggled off after returning grades to students , they will not be able to view their reponse and grade until its toggled back on.

What is Google Forms?

Google Forms is a tool from Google that lets you create online surveys, tests, and questionnaires. It's like a virtual replacement for paper surveys. With Google Forms, you can craft questions, select answer formats, and then share the form with your intended audience. Once people fill out the form, their responses are automatically organized into a spreadsheet that you can access online, simplifying the process of collecting and analyzing data.

Google Form Example - Breakout Room Lock

People have filled out the form, now what?

At the top of the form screen, there is a tab for responses. The number next to it indicates how many responses have been submitted. In your settings, if you have set the form to be a quiz with point values, you can grade responses by selecting either Question (to grade each question in batches) or Individual (to grade each response one by one).Responses can also be exported to Google Sheet, where you can use formulas to better analyze and review your responses as desired.You can also turn off responses by toggling to switch at the top of the response tab.

Can I share my Slides with other staff members?

Google Forms is one of the few Google tools that has a different Share settings location than others, like Docs or Slides.If you want to add another editor to your form, like a colleague, click on the kebab menu (top right corner) and select Add collaborators.Do NOT use this for people who need to fill out the form as a responder, only for EDITORS.

Let's Practice!

Go to the practice form you made at the beginning of this lesson, and add Popple as a collaborator so she can edit your form, too!

What kind of questions can I ask in a Google Form?

Multiple Choice: select one option from a list of choicesCheckboxes: choose multiple options from a listDropdown: multiple choice question presented in a drop-down menu formatShort Answer: provide a brief text responseParagraph: like short answer, but for longer, more detailed responsesLinear Scale: rate something on a scale (e.g., from 1 to 5)Multiple Choice Grid: a grid of multiple-choice questions, for rating or ranking itemsCheckbox Grid: a grid of checkboxes for multiple selections within categoriesDate: select a date from a calendarTime: pick a time from a clock

Let's Practice!

Go to the practice form you made at the beginning of this lesson and add questions as described in the form directions!

Can I post my form on Google Classroom?

Yes! And if you grade the form responses, you can import grades straight to your students in Classroom without typing them in by hand!When posting an assignment on Google Classroom, add your form by using the Drive button, and make sure Grade importing is toggled on.Important Note: 1. If you have any other materials attached, importing will not be an option. 2. If you have importing toggled off after returning grades to students , they will not be able to view their reponse and grade until its toggled back on.

My form is ready! How do I send it out?

At the top of the page, there is a purple Send button. From the pop-up window, you have 3 options:Send via email - type in email addresses to send a form directly to their inboxSend via link - this will create a link that you can share with others by copying & pastingSend via embed - this will create a line of code to insert your form into a website

Let's Practice!

Go to the practice form you made at the beginning of this lesson and send your form to tpopple@gpsne.org so Popple can do it!

go to forms.new OR go to your Google Drive, click on the New button, and select Google Forms

There are two different ways that you may need to make a Google Form...

making a new form: making a copy of a prexisting form:

open the form you want to make a copy of and click on the kebab menu (top right corner), Make a Copy

How do I make a Google Form?

Let's Practice!

Go to the practice form you made at the beginning of this lesson and practice making a copy of it by using the directions above!

Google Form Example - Self-Checking Form

Can I password protect my form?

Yes! In this case, the "password" will be a Short Answer question with a "correct" answer that must be matched in order to move onto the next section of your form.Click on the kebab menu on your question and select response validation.From there, select regular expression → matches → then type in the password you want to use in the pattern blank.The custom error text is what will display when the password is typed incorrectly.

Let's Practice!

Go to the practice form you made at the beginning of this lesson and add a password to the first section!

Can I share my Slides with other staff members?

Google Forms is one of the few Google tools that has a different Share settings location than others, like Docs or Slides.If you want to add another editor to your form, like a colleague, click on the kebab menu (top right corner) and select Add collaborators.Do NOT use this for people who need to fill out the form as a responder, only for EDITORS.

Let's Practice!

Go to the practice form you made at the beginning of this lesson, and add Popple as a collaborator so she can edit your form, too!

Can I change the way my form looks?

Yes! Click on the palette in the top right corner of the form to open the customization settings menu.From here, you can adjust the page's colors, fonts, font sizes, and header images.Pro Tip: If you want to make your own custom header image, use Canva! (1600 x 400 pixel dimensions work best)

Let's Practice!

Go to the practice form you made at the beginning of this lesson and customize the theme as described in the form directions!

How can I step my Google Form game up?

If your form is formatted to have several sections, you can send someone to a specific section based on their response!If you have a multiple choice or dropdown question, click on the kebab menu in the bottom right corner of the question and select Go to section based on answer.Tthere is also a drop down menu at the end of each section to help you decide where to generally nagivage responders to as they fill out each section, not just by question.

Want to know when someone fills out your form?Responses tab → Kebab (3 dot) menu → Get email notifications for new responses

Pro Tip: Email Notification

to open an information window:

Page Navigation

to close an information window:

click on the black circle in the top right corner of the window

click on any of the purple menu buttonsthat move when are hovered over

Can I change the way my form looks?

Yes! Click on the palette in the top right corner of the form to open the customization settings menu.From here, you can adjust the page's colors, fonts, font sizes, and header images.Pro Tip: If you want to make your own custom header image, use Canva! (1600 x 400 pixel dimensions work best)

Let's Practice!

Go to the practice form you made at the beginning of this lesson and customize the theme as described in the form directions!

I'd love to hear from you!

Have Feedback?

Use the button above to send Popple an email and let her know how she can improve!

People have filled out the form, now what?

At the top of the form screen, there is a tab for responses. The number next to it indicates how many responses have been submitted. In your settings, if you have set the form to be a quiz with point values, you can grade responses by selecting either Question (to grade each question in batches) or Individual (to grade each response one by one).Responses can also be exported to Google Sheet, where you can use formulas to better analyze and review your responses as desired.You can also turn off responses by toggling to switch at the top of the response tab.

Can I password protect my form?

Yes! In this case, the "password" will be a Short Answer question with a "correct" answer that must be matched in order to move onto the next section of your form.Click on the kebab menu on your question and select response validation.From there, select regular expression → matches → then type in the password you want to use in the pattern blank.The custom error text is what will display when the password is typed incorrectly.

Let's Practice!

Go to the practice form you made at the beginning of this lesson and add a password to the first section!

How can I step my Google Form game up?

If your form is formatted to have several sections, you can send someone to a specific section based on their response!If you have a multiple choice or dropdown question, click on the kebab menu in the bottom right corner of the question and select Go to section based on answer.Tthere is also a drop down menu at the end of each section to help you decide where to generally nagivage responders to as they fill out each section, not just by question.

I'd love to hear from you!

Have Feedback?

Use the button above to send Popple an email and let her know how she can improve!

If you want responders to upload a picture or file to your form, you can!Using the file upload question option, you can choose how many files one can attach and how big the file sizes can be. This will add them to a folder in your Drive. Note - under settings, you may need to adjust the total size limit for all files, or else it will not accespt any new files.

Pro Tip: File Uploads

My form is ready! How do I send it out?

At the top of the page, there is a purple Send button. From the pop-up window, you have 3 options:Send via email - type in email addresses to send a form directly to their inboxSend via link - this will create a link that you can share with others by copying & pastingSend via embed - this will create a line of code to insert your form into a website

Let's Practice!

Go to the practice form you made at the beginning of this lesson and send your form to tpopple@gpsne.org so Popple can do it!

What kind of questions can I ask in a Google Form?

Multiple Choice: select one option from a list of choicesCheckboxes: choose multiple options from a listDropdown: multiple choice question presented in a drop-down menu formatShort Answer: provide a brief text responseParagraph: like short answer, but for longer, more detailed responsesLinear Scale: rate something on a scale (e.g., from 1 to 5)Multiple Choice Grid: a grid of multiple-choice questions, for rating or ranking itemsCheckbox Grid: a grid of checkboxes for multiple selections within categoriesDate: select a date from a calendarTime: pick a time from a clock

Let's Practice!

Go to the practice form you made at the beginning of this lesson and add questions as described in the form directions!

What is Google Forms?

Google Forms is a tool from Google that lets you create online surveys, tests, and questionnaires. It's like a virtual replacement for paper surveys. With Google Forms, you can craft questions, select answer formats, and then share the form with your intended audience. Once people fill out the form, their responses are automatically organized into a spreadsheet that you can access online, simplifying the process of collecting and analyzing data.

to open an information window:

Page Navigation

to close an information window:

click on the black circle in the top right corner of the window

click on any of the purple menu buttonsthat move when are hovered over

go to forms.new OR go to your Google Drive, click on the New button, and select Google Forms

There are two different ways that you may need to make a Google Form...

making a new form: making a copy of a prexisting form:

open the form you want to make a copy of and click on the kebab menu (top right corner), Make a Copy

How do I make a Google Form?

Let's Practice!

Go to the practice form you made at the beginning of this lesson and practice making a copy of it by using the directions above!