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Collecting data using google docs forms

Create a new survey on your own or with others at the same time. Choose from a variety of survey types and analyze results in Google Forms.

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Collecting data using google docs forms

  1. 1. Tutorial Collecting Data using Google Docs Forms
  2. 2. Have you ever wanted to invite a group of people
  3. 3. to respond to questions via email?
  4. 4. Do you wish that all the replies could automatically be
  5. 5. assembled into a spreadsheet format, so you didn’t have to
  6. 6. copy and paste everything into a format that was useful
  7. 7. to you? Through Google Docs, you can easily create a questionnaire
  8. 8. or survey, and then invite others to respond.
  9. 9. All responses are assembled automatically into a Google Docs spreadsheet,
  10. 10. which you can save to your computer as Excel spreadsheet.
  11. 11. LET’S SHOW YOU HOW THIS IS DONE ! !
  12. 12. Logged in to your Gmail account
  13. 13. Enter your “Email address”
  14. 14. Enter your “Password”
  15. 15. Click “Sign In”
  16. 16. Click “ ” icon
  17. 17. Click “Drive”
  18. 18. A new Tab will open
  19. 19. On the left side bar
  20. 20. Click “New”
  21. 21. Click “More”
  22. 22. Click “Google Forms”
  23. 23. A new Tab will open
  24. 24. Give your form a “Title”
  25. 25. Click here to change
  26. 26. Highlight it, click
  27. 27. Click the “Delete” key on your Keyboard
  28. 28. Enter your form “Title”
  29. 29. and your Form Description here
  30. 30. Add the “First Question” on the field
  31. 31. You can also add a “Help Text” here
  32. 32. Next, Click on the “Question Type”
  33. 33. And choose “Text” as Question Type
  34. 34. Check this if you wish to make
  35. 35. a required question
  36. 36. TO ADD ANOTHER ITEM OR QUESTION,
  37. 37. Click “Add Item”
  38. 38. Enter the “Second Question”
  39. 39. Add a “Help Text” here if you want
  40. 40. Click the “Question Type”,
  41. 41. and choose another “question type”
  42. 42. Next, Click on the “Question Type”
  43. 43. Click this if you want a required answer
  44. 44. CHOOSING ANOTHER QUESTION TYPE
  45. 45. After following the same steps in adding item/question
  46. 46. Click the “Question Type”,
  47. 47. Click the “Choose from the List”
  48. 48. Enter the “First Option” here
  49. 49. Enter the “Second Option” here
  50. 50. Click here if you want to Add more option
  51. 51. Click this if you want a required answer
  52. 52. Just repeat the steps above if you want to
  53. 53. add more items or questions
  54. 54. You see three icons in the upper-right corner.
  55. 55. The pencil icon stands for EDIT,
  56. 56. The two papers icon stands for DUPLICATE
  57. 57. The trash icon means DELETE.
  58. 58. If you want to delete an Item or Question
  59. 59. Simply click the “Trash bin” Icon
  60. 60. If you want to duplicate an Item or Question
  61. 61. Simply click the “Two Paper” Icon
  62. 62. If you want to Edit an Item or Question
  63. 63. Simply click the “Pencil” Icon
  64. 64. If you’re done with your item or questions,
  65. 65. Click the “Done” button
  66. 66. VIEWING YOUR LIVE FORM
  67. 67. Click the “View Live Form”
  68. 68. A new tab will open
  69. 69. CHANGING THE THEME OF YOUR LIVE FORM
  70. 70. Click the “Change theme”
  71. 71. On the right side, choose your Form theme
  72. 72. SHARING THE FORM
  73. 73. Click the “Send Form” button on the right side
  74. 74. This appears,
  75. 75. Click Google+, FB or Twitter
  76. 76. If you want to share form in this Social site
  77. 77. Enter names, email add, or groups
  78. 78. If you want to share via email
  79. 79. WHAT IF YOU WANT TO EMBED THIS TO YOUR BLOG?
  80. 80. Click “Embed”
  81. 81. Customize the size of the Form
  82. 82. Click here to highlight the embed code
  83. 83. Once the code is highlighted, copy by
  84. 84. Pressing Cmd + C for mac Users
  85. 85. and CTRL + C for Window Users
  86. 86. Embed the code on your WordPress blog
  87. 87. Open your blog
  88. 88. Click “Post” button
  89. 89. Click “Add New”
  90. 90. Click on the “Text” Tab
  91. 91. And paste the embed code by pressing
  92. 92. Pressing Cmd + P for Mac Users
  93. 93. and CTRL + P for Window Users
  94. 94. Click on “Publish”
  95. 95. Winners never quit, and quitters never win. – Vince Lombardi

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