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I only seem to have some bad news for you. It is not possible to customize Google Docs Forms in another way than using the provided themes. (See Google employee AnaLikesLattes' answer) It is not possible to enforce one-submission-per-person but you could maybe use required fields asking for first/last name or email. (Google Docs Help discussion) I'm not ...
Nowadays there is a inbuilt feature: Simply enable the "Only allow one response per person" in the "Form Settings". The downside is that each user needs to login with their Google account (which they might not have, or they might not want to use). Source: http://www.labnol.org/internet/prevent-multiple-form-submissions/28675/
Kwiksurveys seems like it fits the bill. I haven't used it myself, but looks like it's all free LimeSurvey is free open source survey software if you are willing/knowledgeable enough to host your own.
This can most likely be achieved by using a combination of Gmail and SurveyMonkey although there would be a manual process involved. Open a gmail account with a generic name such as firstname.lastname@example.org. Use SurveyMonkey's Email Invitation collector to generate a list of survey URLs with custom email addresses such as: ...
@Salina, Google doesn't currently support this feature - there is no way to save a form and have a user return to it later without submitting it. That does raise an interesting point, though. You can have the user submit the survey and edit their responses later. Instead of forcing the user to page through the rest of the survey to get to the submit button, ...
No inbuilt feature as such but there is of course a workaround by which you create a special token question and provide each customer with a unique token they have to enter into the form. You can then filter the results on valid tokens only and e.g. use only the first or last form submit with a valid token. The drawback is that you will have to create a way ...
It wasn't entirely clear from your question whether you want the software to distribute fixed points amongst a single question's answers (the title of your submissions) or amongst answers to multiple questions (body of your post). If it is the former, SurveyFactory offers a question type called "Constant Sum" that allows users to allocate points amongst a ...
We normally use this app called Survey+ from Sniget. The good thing is, if you are creating long form, it has HTML5 autosave feature and it's only $5 a month with 3Gb storage.
I have used SurveyMonkey, is cheap (less that 20 bucks a month) and pretty good in features and reports to download, with charts and stuff
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