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Google Forms is a free form builder tool that enables users to create surveys and questionnaires online in order to collect and organize information, simple or complex. Forms can be used to plan events, manage registrations, set up a poll, collect contact information, create a pop quiz, and more. Users can send all collected data to a spreadsheet and analyze data right in Google Sheets.
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Reviewed 3 years ago
Marcie P.: Hi, I'm Marcie. I'm a teacher online in the education industry and I give Google Forms a four...
Management Consulting, 1-10 employees
Reviewed 2 years ago
Janiece S.: Hi, my name is Janiece, and I am the owner of a consulting firm. My Google Form rating is...
Information Technology and Services, 1-10 employees
Used monthly for 2+ years
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We have used them for years. They are reliable, and a great tool, especially for being a free product. When you embed them, they are reliable to render in the web page every time. This allows for basic logic flow, allowing us to ask yes, no, other, more... questions which need logic to present the proper questions needed.
This web form is very nice for small event planning. We use it as a registration form for classes we will be having. It is nice to have the form present cleanly on a webpage, allowing the user to fill in the information required, and then submit it to a Google Doc. The ability to receive a confirmation email from a registration and also the end user receiving a confirmation with their information is very beneficial. They can then go back and edit, update, or cancel their registration at a later time.
Compared to Microsoft's Form, which is equally as feature rich, Google forms look a bit toy'ish. It would be nice to be able to customize a form to make it look a bit more professional, and less colorful and playful.
Ho'omana Nathan H.
Higher Education, 10,001+ employees
Used weekly for 2+ years
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Overall, Google Forms is the first product I try to use when I need to collect some information, whether it's for research, determining satisfaction, etc. It's the first product I recommend to students who want to collect survey data. It doesn't do everything, but for most basic data collection needs, it's the simplest, freest way to go.
Google Forms is super simple to use. It's easy to create, it's easy to distribute, it's easy to share, it's easy to collect results from. I can throw together a quality survey in under an hour and have it out with results back in another hour. The fact that you can export results to Google Sheets automatically is a huge help as well.
It's lacking some of the more advanced features that one might need for more complex data collection (e.g. flows of questions, anonymization of data, etc.). But this isn't an advertised feature, so that's okay as long as you know the limitations.
Real Estate, 51-200 employees
Used weekly for 1-2 years
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From my perspective, Google Forms is an excellent survey tool that I have used extensively in my organization. One of the best things about it is that it is completely free, which makes it accessible to anyone. I have used it to collect feedback anonymously from my team members, and it has proven to be very effective. Another advantage of Google Forms is that it can be easily integrated with Google...
In my experience, Google Forms is a fantastic tool for conducting surveys both within and outside of an organization. It's incredibly user-friendly and cost-effective, which makes it an ideal choice for businesses of any size. I have used it on multiple occasions to collect valuable data, plan team outings, and gather feedback from colleagues. I also appreciate that Google Forms can easily integrate with other Google apps, such as Google Drive and Google Analytics, and its mobile-friendly design allows for convenient completion of surveys on phones or tablets. Overall, I highly recommend Google Forms for anyone looking for a versatile and effective tool for collecting feedback, conducting surveys, and creating quizzes.
In my opinion, Google Forms is a solid tool for conducting surveys, but it does have some limitations. While I don't necessarily dislike anything about it, I have noticed that it lacks some advanced features that other survey tools offer, such as skip logic and advanced reporting. Additionally, the design customization options are limited compared to other form builders. However, despite these limitations, Google Forms remains a reliable and user-friendly option for collecting data and feedback.
Computer Software, self-employed
Used weekly for 6-12 months
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some of the things I like most about Google Forms:Ease of use: Google Forms is very easy to use. The interface is clean and simple, and the instructions are clear.Versatile: Google Forms can be used for a variety of purposes, including market research, customer feedback, and employee satisfaction surveys. Free: Google Forms is a free tool, so you can use it without having to worry about any costs.Integration with other Google products: Google Forms integrates seamlessly with other Google products, like Sheets and Drive. This make it easy to collect and analyze your data.
Google Forms is a powerful tool for data collection and survey creation, there are a few areas where it could be improved:Limited Customization Options in the form field,Building complex survey logic or conditional branching can be challenging for users who are not familiar with the platform, No advanced features,No ability to collect payment,
E-Learning, 501-1,000 employees
Used daily for 2+ years
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It is a really good application that revolves around data, gathered from surveys, questionnaires, getting feedback, seeking testimonials with a very easy to learn curve for all, along with the integration of Google Sheets that just makes things so simpler without needing to download external analytics software.
It is so simple to use and can be accessed easily by anyone, not necessarily just a tech or a IT guy. One of the best part is customizing the forms according to the use-case, where me and my team mainly use it to send out surveys and feedback forms with our target audience being the learners, also exporting that information gathered seamlessly to Google Sheets for further Data Cleansing, Data Exploration and Analytics to gather insights. Been using it from the past 3 years and so far it has been part of my daily work routine.
There is a missing feature of integrating a payment gateway of some sort within the form as it would really be helpful for a lot of people who deal with transactions, example courses, webinars, seminars etc...Can only push data into Google sheets currently and cannot automatically dump this data into pdf sadly.