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Step 1: Open the form. Step 2: Click on "Responses" from toolbar. Step 3: Click on "Change response destination". Step 4: If you want to save responses in existing spreadsheet with a new sheet, choose "New sheet in an existing spreadsheet" or if you want to save responses to a new spreadsheet choose "New Spreadsheet" and "Type the name" for new ...


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Short answer Google Forms doesn't include a limit on the number of responses as built-in feature but you could extend the of Google Docs editors features though add-ons or Google Apps Script. Alternatives formLimiter From: https://sites.google.com/a/newvisions.org/scripts_resources/add-ons/formlimiter formLimiter automatically sets Google Forms to ...


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According to Scott AG, a Google Expert in the Google Docs Help Forum At this time Forms does not contain a revision history. The only option available would be the undo button found in the toolbar.


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From Additional forms options for Google Apps users - Docs editors Help Collecting respondents' email addresses If you use Google Apps for Work or Education, you can record the email addresses of the people who fill out your form. To do this, check the box next to 'Automatically collect respondent's [yourdomain].com username' when you ...


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There is an add-on called: doc to form You can easily create a form using Google Docs and after that the add-on will generate the form. https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/doc-to-form/paadgjaehgkbopbjfaomaophiphlmalh?authuser=0 There is a demo on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bc2mdj4kVJg


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Unfortunately, this isn't possible through Google Forms. In the web view, you only have the option of removing the year - day and month are still required. I dug into the API documentation to see if a custom form could be created with a script. But, even in the scripting process, the only variable you can drop is includesYear(). A similar class for month or ...


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Short answer Google Forms doesn't have such feature and can't be extended through add-ons or Google Apps Script. Alternatives Instead of a single form, create a form for each required combination a web app


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I have just hit this problem, it's really annoying and there is no way I'm going to do it manually. Luckily I thought of this before I sent the form out, if you already have responses then this won't help (unless you send it out again). To solve this problem I have: Set the question type to "Text" Under "Advanced Settings" I have selected "Regular ...


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Short answer At this time it's not possible to change the the default form layout directly from the Google Forms editor. Alternatives Use a HTML editor to change the resulting form. The resulting html file could be hosted in Google Drive or in another web server. Use HTML Service of Google Apps Script to create a web app and submit the answers to a ...



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