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Can I share a
form if I want feedback on it before sending it out?
Yes, it’s easy to share a form with select collaborators without making your draft public. For more information, see Get started with Forms.
Is there a limit to
how many questions I can add to a form?
There’s no limit to how many questions you can add to a form. For more information, see Get started with Forms.
Is there a
limit to how many responses I can receive for my form?
There’s no limit to how many responses you can receive for your form. However, if you’re capturing responses in Sheets, you’ll only be able to view a certain number of responses based on the cell limit; to see the rest of your responses, download them as a CSV file. For more information, see Get started with Forms.
Can I share documents
with people outside my organization?
Yes, as long as this option has been enabled by your G Suite administrator. If it is, you can share any of your documents with customers, suppliers, and others outside of your domain.
analyze my Forms results in other spreadsheet programs or software?
Yes, you can export form responses as a CSV file that can be imported to another program. For more information, see Get started with Forms.