How To Form A Google Form

Creating a Google Form is a simple and convenient way to collect data from a group of people. Whether you need to conduct a survey, generate a sign-up sheet, or collect information for a mailing list, Google Forms has got you covered. In this blog post, we’ll provide you with a step-by-step guide on how to form a Google Form.

1. Access Google Forms

Firstly, you will need to go to the Google Forms website. You can do this by typing into your web browser, or you can access it through your Google Drive by clicking on New -> More -> Google Forms.

2. Create a New Form

Once you’re in Google Forms, click on the + button to create a new form. You’ll then be redirected to a new window where you can start adding your questions.

3. Customize Your Form

Google Forms allows you to personalize your form by adding title, description, and customizing the form settings. You can change the color scheme, add a header image, and even use a template if you want. To access these options, click on the palette icon on the top right of the screen.

4. Add Questions

Begin to fill out your form by clicking on the + button on the right side of the screen. This allows you to add questions to your form. Each question can have its own answer type (multiple choice, short answer, etc.), and you can decide whether the question is required or not.

    Click on the "+" button -> Add your question -> Choose the answer type -> Toggle on if the question is "Required" or not 

5. Share Your Form

Once your form is complete, you can share it with others by clicking on the Send button in the top right corner. This will give you different options to send the form, such as through email, a shareable link, or even embedding it into a website.


Google Forms is a powerful tool that makes gathering and analyzing data easy and efficient. The ability to customize your form and share it with ease makes Google Forms a popular choice for educators, businesses, and individuals alike. Now that you have a basic understanding of how to form a Google Form, it’s time to start creating your own!