You can "embed" the form in an email, and then use "boomerang" to send that email repeatedly... Here's a excerpt from two pages:
How to Embed A Survey Form in Email And Receive Higher Completion Rate [Google Forms]
Creating & Embedding a Google Form in Email
- From your Gmail account, navigate to Google Drive and click “Create -> Form”.
- Complete the necessary questions for your survey (as shown below) and click Done.
- When the “send the form to others” dialog box pops up, enter in the relevant email address you want to send the form to and ensure the
“Include form in this email is ticked”. When you’re sure all the
details are correct, click “Send”.
- When the client receives the email, they will see the survey embedded in the email and will be allowed to answer it directly
instead of using the link. As shown in the example below, the
recipient chooses the appropriate radio buttons and clicks Submit.
- When the Submit button is clicked, a message box pops up stating that the recipient is submitting the information to an external
website. They will need to click OK to continue.
- A new tab opens (within the relevant browser) indicating the survey has been submitted.
- To ensure that the response was successfully received, navigate to the form in Google Drive and open up the survey form. The results
should be recorded as shown below.
As previously stated, Google forms cannot be filled out within an
email unless the recipient is using Gmail or Google Apps. This means
that if the form is sent to emails such as Outlook or Yahoo, there is
no option available to submit the survey directly within the email.
Instead, the user has to click on the external link to access the
I'd suggest you use the above info, and email the form to yourself. Then use the info below to send it repeatedly
How to send recurring emails and reminders
Our demo video above shows you how to send recurring emails right from
your inbox. Whether you need to remind employees about biweekly
events, make sure your roommates pay the utility bills every month, or
remind yourself to stick with a new habit every morning, Boomerang’s
recurring messages feature will make short work of it. To set up a
recurring email, all you have to do is write a message like normal,
click ‘Schedule Recurring Message’ from the bottom of the Send Later
From the pop-up menu, you can then choose the start date, frequency,
day of the week to send, and end date. You can easily change, edit, or
cancel a scheduled message from the manage page. It’s that easy!
With the Boomerang for Gmail extension, you can schedule easy recurring email reminders right from your inbox.
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