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No you can't, because Forms doesn't require a user to enter a value for Other, so your respondents most likely didn't enter one. NB I just submitted a response that doesn't have a value, and a second response that does. I believe you will see two responses, and will be able to see the "this is an Other value" text for the second one. I cannot see any ...


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It can't be reset to previous value. Try making a copy of the Spreadsheet and reverting your Spreadsheet to an older version using Revision History. Try at your own risk! You won't lose data for sure.


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You might have to open up the spreadsheet where the results are stored, and make your own manual summary. I don't think that Forms automatic summary can cope with this in any way.


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You can put a link into the Help Text field for a question - there's an example of this here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1QAkOetmi4Ae49ULEOiuSF3oLpBZMUN_7dWOo59DQsiw/viewform?usp=send_form Unfortunately those fields just show exactly what you put into them, they do not parse the HTML in any way. so it's not possible to turn the link into pretty text ...


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Including a question of type Date in New Sheets and checking include year results in something like this:


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No it is not possible to automatically add question numbers to Google Forms.


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Tom Horwood's answer works great, but only after correcting an important error in his code. All references to LIST_DATA elements should be made using the index j (not i). I don't have sufficient karma to comment on Tom's post so here's the fully monty: Below is the corrected code. I've also changed the name of the LIST_DATA elements so they are a little ...



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