After you've created your form, you'll want to adjust its settings. Google Forms offers a variety of settings that allow you to customize how your recipients use and interact with your forms. In this lesson, we'll take a look at the different settings you can use.
To access the settings of your form, click the Settings icon in the top-right corner.
This will bring up the Settings menu with various options. You can toggle them on and off according to your preferences.
Click the buttons in the interactive below to learn more about the different settings for Google Forms.
This requires your recipients to enter their email addresses in your form. It can be useful if you want to collect contact information for future use.
This will send a copy of the responses to the individual who completed them. You'll need to make sure you're collecting email addresses in order to use this setting.
With this option, recipients will only be able to complete your form once. This requires them to be signed in to complete the form.
This allows your recipients to see a summary of the responses you've received so far. If you're gathering sensitive information, you may not want to use this because it would make responses available to everyone.
This option will allow your recipients to go back and edit their responses even after they've submitted the form.
The Presentation tab allows you to shuffle the question order, include a progress bar in your form, and more.
The Quizzes tab allows you to turn your form into a quiz, giving you the ability to grade it and assign points to questions.
To give you a better idea of when you might want to use some of these settings, let's take a look at a few real-world examples:
Once you're happy with the settings you've chosen, you're ready to send your form to its recipients!