This article is the first part of a series of articles explaining how to use Form Publisher. You will learn how to open and to add questions to your Google Form.
If you created a completely new Google Form, then you will have to add questions before using Form Publisher.
1. Open a Google Form
Method 1: Create / Open a Google Form from your Gmail account
You can either click on the Google Form icon from your Google account or access directly to your Google Form from the button below:
Finally, you can choose to create a blank Form or select an existing Form:
Method 2 : Create / Open a Google Form from your Google Drive
You can either click on the Google Drive icon from your Google account or access directly to your Google Drive from the button below:
Once you are on your Google Drive, click ‘New’:
Finally, click ‘More’ > ‘Google Forms’. You can either create a blank Form or choose a form from an existing template:
2. Add different questions to your Google Form
By default, the first question of your Google Form will be an ‘Untitled question’ and a ‘Multiple choice’ type of question. Click on ‘Multiple choice’:
Then, a dropdown menu appears:
Choose the type of question you want, depending on your use case.
3. Configure the questions on your Google Form (optional)
You can also personalize your form by creating different conditions under each question. Click ‘More’ under your question. Then, click ‘Response validation’:
A custom line appears under your question.
In our example, we decided that if the submitter writes a number below 10, he will see an ‘Error’ message and won't be able to submit the form as long as he has not changed the number.