What are Google Forms?
Google Forms is a tool that is part of Google Drive for creating surveys, tests, or web input forms. Google forms allows anyone to create an easy to use web form, tie it to a spreadsheet where you can track results and post it on the web without having to know programming. You can also choose from many predesigned form templates.
There is no need to sign in to respond to a form. Anyone can respond. They can access the form from an email message or from a link to the automatically generated web page.
Responses are automatically added to a Google Spreadsheet. You can even keep a closer eye on them by adding the Google Docs Forms gadget to your iGoogle homepage or your Clemson Google Start Center. It lists your recent active forms, with new responses highlighted.
To access or setup your Google Forms, open a web browser and navigate to the following URL:
Login using your Google Apps for Education login and password.
No. Google Forms is a completely free application.
No. Google Forms is completely online. You just need to have a web enabled browser to create and share Google Forms.
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