To help those who manage multiple Google Forms, the formLimiter add-on makes it easy to stop allowing responses. While I think it's something that should be already implemented into Google Workspace, this add-on automatically sets Google Forms to stop accepting responses after a specific condition is met. This could be a maximum number of responses, a specific date and time, or when a spreadsheet’s cell contains a specific value (which is perfect for online contests).
Google Forms is used for a variety of data gathering tasks that mimic the uses of popular data management tools like QuickBooks or SurveyMonkey. The Form Publisher add-on lets you turn that data submission into more professional and easy to read documents. With Google Forms, documents are generated with each form submission. In Google Sheets, you can mass generate documents in bulk! Streamline business processes, so you spend more time on other tasks! Generate and send invoices, quotes, certificates, or any other document you can dream of. Plus, you can export to a PDF or to Microsoft Office products. There are a multitude of other features, so we highly recommend this add-on!
If your profession requires you to proctor exams or skill assessments, you need this add-on. Quilgo turns your Google Form into a proper test by embedding a timer, allowing start and submission time tracking, and even make video snapshots of respondents. It allows for integration with other apps as well as exporting data for analysis.
Form Ranger allows you to autopopulate the choices in list, multiple choice, checkbox or grid question options from columns of data in any Google Sheet or Doctopus roster. It’s great for ensuring that form answers match values in an already existing database. It can be used for inventory items, expected attendees, or even workshop titles!
AutoProctor is an add-on that does more than you’d think. Not only does it add a countdown timer at the top of a form, but it also checks for cheating. It’s fully customizable so that proctors can maintain the integrity of a test without having to physically be near. Once the test duration time has ended, users will no longer be able to access the form. AutoProctor checks the user’s environment and actions for cheating, such as, detecting more than one face or opening up a different tab. It tracks each trigger and documents it so that it can be manually reviewed later. Each user is also assigned a Trust Score based on how many alerts they’ve received!
This is a great add-on to use within an organization or with consulting work. Form Approvals allows for a form to send its information or data to specified users based on specific conditions. It also has the ability to set up automatic reminders and attach documents to the notifications. It’s perfect for those who need to gather information and send it through a pipeline!
Another great add-on for businesses, Signature allows for users to sign a form. Instead of relying solely on an electronic signature, businesses or signees can be assured of authenticity by using a stylus or mouse to give a handwritten signature to any agreement. While you only get three free signatures a month, you can bulk buy 300 signatures for as low as $15/month!
Form Director enables form creators to automate the information they’re collecting. It doesn’t just integrate with Google Sheets or email. Integrations include QuickBooks, Trello, Insightly, Slack, Hubspot, MailChimp and so many more. You can create to-do lists after a lead fills in their information, book meetings with clients, send new order information to a chat channel, or create a contact list in MailChimp!
For organizations that use multiple forms with similar data, Dynamic Fields is a great addition to Google Forms. It imports selected answer values from a list so that they can be used for different question formats. This includes multiple-choice, drop-down, checkbox and grid, and can be pulled from different sources like Google Sheets, Contacts, Google Groups and more.
For those that would like to use Google Forms to schedule meetings or appointments, Choice Removal is a handy add-on. Whether in a drop-down or multiple choice list, whenever a user submits their form, the item is then removed from possible answers for the next user. There’s even a helpful button that will restore all options with one click!
When collecting a large amount of responses, it can be difficult to weed out duplicates. Form Duplicates is an add-on for Google Forms that lets you automatically find and delete duplicate responses by choosing form items. This is especially helpful for online contests that only allow one entry per person!
Formfacade modifies Google Forms so that they blend with websites and apps. Whether you want to embed them onto your website or inside an email, this add-on lets you match a form to your own branding. It's supported by WordPress, Squarespace, Bootstrap and other content management systems, and you can even prefill the form when you embed it. It also allows you to analyze form sessions to see where users drop off using FullStory or Hotjar!
Another add-on that allows you to insert pre-listed information to use in a form. Form Values is especially handy for the education field when you need to create a form with students, staff, rooms, or commonly used resources. Unlike similar add-ons, it lets you create the list within Google Forms to save for future use.
Whether you use Google Forms for feedback surveys or quizzes, a tool that lets you organize data is incredibly helpful. That’s where Advanced Summary comes in. Using filters, this add-on lets you isolate variables or segments and look at data charts in a way you want. You can summarize response data by any field that you collect, such as location, department, or age!
Interactive Forms is an add-on that connects with Google Slides. It enables you to create slide templates where data will be automatically placed inside your Slides project. You can specify where the form’s response will be positioned, and add images, tables, shapes and more. Each participant will have their own slide, which can be edited at any time!
One of the main issues with Google Workspace is the long web addresses that result from sharing a document or form link. One easy way around this is to use a QR code to enable an easy way for others to find your Google Form. QR Code Generator creates a high quality QR with the url to your form, making it simple for respondents or students to get where you want them to. You can even customize the QR code’s color, labels, positioning, and even add your brand’s logo!
For those that want to give their Google Forms a polish and appear more business-like, considering using the AppSheet add-on. What makes it stand out is how easy it is to set up a custom mobile app for your survey or form. You can customize it with different inputs like photos, signatures, GPS location, and scanned barcodes, bringing your form to a new level. Common uses are field service, incident reports, customer surveys, project management, and delivery tracking!
This add-on allows you to create a word cloud visualization from not just Google Forms, but any Google Workspace application. Simply copy and paste text into the add-on’s sidebar and find out what words are used most frequently. This is perfect for those who collect feedback or customer surveys and want to visually show keywords to help support your data. You can even choose the design and style for the word cloud and remove any unwanted words!
Snip is an add-on for Google Forms that helps teachers or professionals turn worksheets or documents into digital forms. Users can crop and save sections of a digital document to their Google Drive and then insert them directly into Google Forms. Instead of recreating diagrams or charts, this add-on makes creating a Google Form quick and easy!
While Google Forms does have a setting for email notifications, it lacks customization. The Form Notifications add-on allows users to automate and create email notifications not only for form administrators, but also for form respondents. Now you’ll be able to send your respondents a customized email to help you further your relationship with them.
When you need an add-on that eliminates choices in a drop-down menu, Choice Eliminator 2 is the way to go. It’s great for letting respondents sign up for time slots or having a student choose a topic. It lets you restore eliminated choices and set the order of them as well!
If you’re a business that wants to empower its employees, but don’t have the funds to use an outside curriculum, consider adding Certify’em to your roster. Whether you want to set up onboarding training or test proficiency, this add-on provides a proof of certification PDF that is sent to anyone who passes the exam. You can choose from a variety of designed templates or use Google Slides to create your own! Each certificate is personalized and has a unique serial number, so you can keep track of who passed. Plus, if you create a spreadsheet for your form, you’ll also be able to automatically keep track of certificates. This add-on takes away most of the work for administrators, so you can focus on other things!
While this add-on is more cosmetic rather than functional, Chat-Forms converts a Google Form into a conversational chatbot. While the respondent may think they're talking with an actual bot, what’s really happening is they’re filling out a form! Cat-Forms converts a Google Form into a conversational user interface (viewable over mobile and desktop) and replies are sent back to the original form. Rather than linking a person to a form, this will make it much easier to keep leads on a pipeline!
Form to Calendar does exactly as you’d expect based on the name. This add-on connects a Google form to your Google Calendar so that users can schedule events or reservations with ease. It adds fields for start and end times, so that it seamlessly translates into Google Calendar.
This is a great add-on for those that use Smartsheet, which helps automate business processes and procedures. Whether you’re using Google Forms for event registrations or survey responses, Smartsheet for Google Forms imports form responses right into Smartsheet to avoid having to deal with a third-party program or website. Even if you enable users to edit their Google Forms responses, those edits update automatically into those stored within Smartsheet!
This add-on inputs a unique feature: voice notes! Asking for feedback can be difficult when dealing with busy individuals. Voice notes take away the effort and allows users to communicate by voice, increasing response time and efficiency. While you can’t insert it into a Google Form question, users can place the link inside. It doesn’t just work in Google Forms, it also can work in Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides!
That’s right, even SurveyMonkey integrates into Google Forms. This add-on enables you to convert your Google Form into SurveyMonkey with over 15 question types, adds skip logic, and randomize questions. It allows you to add your own custom branding of logos, colors, URLs, and set up a custom thank you page! There’s even capabilities for real-time analytics, including data trends and text analysis!
One of the downsides to using Google Forms for internal business processes is having to convert responses into a formatted PDF. This add-on enables users to turn their Google Form responses into a personalized PDF and even integrate it into other programs using Zapier! It also enables offline forms, role and user permission management, database integration, and automatic notifications and alerts.
Whether you’re a teacher, student, or finance professional, Hypatia makes it easy to deal with mathematical equations. Hypatia Create has an easy-to-use interface for a math equation editor. It lets you copy/paste equations from various sources, and makes it formatted properly in ways that wouldn’t be possible without it.
Google Forms is a tool that has a variety of uses.