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It is possible. You should use the Multiple choice grid and turn "Require one response per row" on. Please have a look at the attached images. Editing the form: Viewing the form:


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You can't. With anonymous people filling in the survey there is no way to tell if they have done it more than once. You could have the users enter an email address into the form and then use Google Apps Script to check. However, if they enter a different email address you are back to square one.


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You can apply unique id to each link you send out, using pre-filled links. Add one more field to the form, e.g., "user token". Follow the instructions for getting a pre-filled link, entering something like "qwerty" in the "token" field. Inspect the pre-filled link that you get: it will look like https://docs.../viewform?entry.123456789=qwerty (there may ...


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As Rubén said, conditional formatting is for human consumption only: neither sheet formulas nor scripts can access it. You should create a column that records the fact of "all answers are correct", and then filter by that column. For example, put in E2 =arrayformula((C2:C=2)*(D2:D=4)) which will put 1 in every row where both answers are correct. Then ...


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As far as as far as "...I cannot see any way to make Forms insist that text is entered in the other text-box.". There is a way to make Forms insist that text is entered in the other text-box. Mark the question as "Required". As far as "...usually don't show all the "other" responses as they are...". Google forms always handle Multiple ...


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I am afraid (as mentioned by @sandwich as well) there is no way to manipulate the width of the form. Fortunately there is a work-around. What you could do would be something similar to the example in the images below. EDITING THE FORM: VIEWING THE FORM: What you actually do, is to dedicate a new section to the question in question, write on ...


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Short answer At this time Google Forms can not validate input data against an external list of valid values. You could ask Google to include this feature through Google Feedback. Explanation Google Forms include input validation for email addresses but this only check if the input was wrote correctly as email addresses, it doesn't check against a list of ...



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