Whether you need to collect employees' take-out orders for a team dinner or create a feedback form for customers, Google Forms is undoubtedly one of the most useful free tools at your disposal.
Google Forms provides 17 pre-made templates, varying in subject from "Party Invite" to "Time Off Request". However, if you've never made a Google Form before, the process can seem complicated.
To ensure you know about all the nifty features on a Google Form and have the knowledge necessary to create your own Google Form in minutes, take a look at our quick tutorial.
How to Create Your Own Google Form
Let's say you're in charge of a new social media project and want your team's feedback on it.
To create a form for collecting feedback (although you can follow these steps to create a form for almost anything), go to Google Forms and click "Template Gallery" to see the full display.
For our purposes, I chose the "Contact Information" template, under the "Personal" category.
Once you choose a template, follow these steps:
1. Rename your form by clicking "Contact Information" and typing your desired title. Additionally, you have the option to input text