Whether you're collecting customer feedback or applications for a job opening, Google Forms is undoubtedly one of the best free form tools at your disposal.
Google Forms integrates seamlessly with other Google products, such as Sheets, allowing you to make sense of all that data you collect. Additionally, it works well with other platforms like YouTube, enabling you to upload videos without leaving the tool.
However, if you're new to Google Forms or want to undertake a more challenging task than you're used to within Forms, you might feel overwhelmed and unsure how to get started.
Here, we're going to explore all of Google Forms' features, tools, and functions to ensure you're prepared to make any form you need within minutes.
To start, let's take a look at the templates Forms has to offer.
How to use Google Forms
- Go to docs.google.com/forms, then choose a blank form or template from your template gallery.
- You can use Google Forms to create customer feedback surveys, job applications, RSVP forms, quizzes, order forms, time off requests, and more.
- Additionally, you can use Google Forms to collect contact information and integrate it