Published On: Wed, Feb 10th, 2016

Google Forms Gets Templates, Add-On Support And More

Google Forms, a company’s apparatus for formulating and examining surveys, is removing a vital refurbish today. Google is adding a slew of new facilities to a use that operation from support for templates to new options for examining surveys.

Google’s final refurbish to Forms brought a pattern refurbish and combined a ability to supplement logos, videos and GIFs to surveys.

With today’s release, we can now name from a series of templates for customary surveys like patron feedback, quizzes and eventuality sign-up right from a Google Forms home screen. Until now, forms forsaken we right into a editor when we started a new form, though we always had to start from scratch. These new templates should make it utterly a bit easier to get started with a service.

Also new in Form is support for add-ons and Google’s Apps Scripts. Just like in Docs and Sheets, for example, we will now means to use some third-party collection like Form Publisher, Choice Eliminator and g(Math) for Forms right from a Forms interface.

Google is also adding a few new facilities for examining surveys. Google Apps for Work and Education users can now simply see who has responded to a survey, for instance (and poke those who haven’t with a assistance of a new “send sign email” feature).


Users can now also see particular responses from a Forms editor and they can select to get told in real-time when somebody responds to a form.


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