Easy to create surveys and forms for everyone

Create custom forms for surveys and questionnaires at no extra cost. Gather everything in a spreadsheet and analyze data right in Google Sheets.

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Create a form as easily as creating a document

Select from multiple question types, drag-and-drop to reorder questions and customize values as easily as pasting a list.

Send professional looking surveys to customers

Great looking surveys help you connect with customers to gain valuable insights. Add images, videos, and custom logic to give people who respond a great survey experience.

Analyze responses with automatic summaries

Watch responses appear in real time. You can also access the raw data and analyze it with Google Sheets or other software.

Share forms with an email, a link or a website

It's easy to share forms to specific people or to a broad audience by embeding forms on your website or sharing via Google+, Facebook or Twitter.

Make smarter forms

Data validation rules can make sure email addresses are properly formatted, dates are correct and that people get the right questions based on their previous answers.

Create questions and analyze results together

Real-time collaboration helps you create your form faster and let's you analyze results together without having to send around multiple versions of the file.

"Using Google Forms to collect content from our customers saved me hours of work. I simply set up a questionnaire, sent it to our customers, and saw the responses show up in real-time in a single spreadsheet."

Justin Hiltz, Johnny Cupcakes

Top questions about Forms

Do people need Google accounts to respond to forms?

No. Anyone can respond to Google Forms.

Can I keep a form private to only my company?

Yes. The sharing settings for Google Forms make it easy to control who is able to view and edit your forms.

Can Google Forms handle a large number of responses?

Yes. Google Forms can handle as much data as Google Sheets, and Google Sheets can currently handle 2 million cells of data. That's a lot of data.