Google Forms is a free survey tool that’s part of G Suite—Google’s complete office suite (although some people refer to it all as Google Docs). The other main services included in the cloud-based suite are Sheets (Excel), Docs (Word), and Slides (PowerPoint).
Google Forms lets you collect information from people via personalized quizzes or surveys. You can then connect the info to a spreadsheet on Sheets to automatically record the answers. The spreadsheet then populates with the responses from the quiz or survey in real-time. This makes Google Forms one of the easiest ways to save data directly into a spreadsheet.
With Forms, you can collect RSVPs, start surveys, or create quizzes for students with a simple online form. You can share your form via email, a direct link, or on social media and ask everyone to participate. And since Forms is an online tool, you can share and collaborate with multiple people on the same form in real-time. Continue reading from How-to Geek
There are many instances in your personal and professional life where you can employ Forms to help you record and review information. Google offers template Forms, and those can give you an idea of what is possible. The template options include RSVP, party invitations, event registration, customer feedback, order forms, job applications, quizzes, course evaluations, and so much more! Continue reading from Made Use Of