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Just copy paste the following in your Google forms. The form dialog automatically creates new items when the pasted text contains linebreaks. The following list is posted so that the future readers do not need to remove the numbers from the list provided by listofcountriesoftheworld.com. Editor's note: the list below may go out of date as countries are ...


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Short answer The link points to a Q&A that has two answers but non-of them looks to me to be appropiate. I.E. the code of one of answers is incomplete and both of them send emails, so the adoption is too complex to be used as a starting point. Below is a script that is easier to adopt. Instructions Create a test form and note the form ID (between ../...


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Here's how. Add the host (eg. www) and domain name (eg. google.com) without the protocol or an html anchor. In other words: Works www.google.com gmail.google.com Will not work google.com http://google.com <a href="http://www.google.com/">google<a/>


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The answer that this wasn't possible by @ruben was true until very recently. This is now possible on the New Google Forms. (Google announcement on the 10th of February 2016). The New Google Forms allows you to delete responses from within a Google Form. Delete ALL of the responses: Delete individual responses: To delete individual responses you click on ...


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You'll need to create pages in your Google Form as well as relevant multiple choice questions to take you between these pages. For each page you set up, they will correspond with a multiple choice selection. Add a question type of multiple choice You will see "Go to page based on answer" appear as a checkbox next to it. Click that. The following warning ...


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Yes, you can, by using the Go to page based on answer feature. This implies that you have to divide your form into pages, which is easy to do. Given you have already created your form with three questions: Do you like cats? Which kind of cat do you like most? Why do you dislike cats? Create a page for each section of your form: Click the Add item button ...


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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, just add ...


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Please note: Under Settings --> Presentation one can set the Confirmation message that will only be shown on the browser screen upon submission. What you ask for is that: ... the Google Form will automatically send an e-mail ... You will find that there is a number of ways to make this possible. Edit Begin (By now Google has integrated an ...


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In my case even after disabling 'Limit to 1 Response' I was not able to access the form publically and it was asking users to login. Later I found that I had chosen 'File Upload' from few questions in that form, which were forcing my users to login to access the form. I deleted those 'File Upload' question from the form and then my users were able to access ...


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Building on both previous answers (from Barry and Danny): Assuming the ID column is column A. Pick a "Next ID" cell and set it to the following formula (assuming it is in "P1"): =MAX(A:A)+1 Create script using the script editor under the "Tools" menu, and paste in the following: function onFormSubmit(e) { // Get the active sheet var sheet = ...


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Further to the excellent answer by Barry, if you want to be able to remove rows, and still keep a unique ID you can have a static cell that maintains a count. You can then use this number and increment it on every new entry to the table. So the modification would be to keep a number somewhere on your spreadsheet ('M1' in the code below) and modify the code ...


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Choose the question type as Text Click on Advanced settings Check Data Validation Choose Text Choose Email Address (optional) Type in a custom error message


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You can also put 3 - 5 instead of 3-5. It worked for me.


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If you have Google Docs account then you also have access to Google sites. Create a Google Sites page and embed your form on it, then set the page permissions to private and enter those email addresses for the people you want to give access to. If they have a Google account, they can log in under their username. If not, they'll have to create an account ...


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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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I've just adapted some trick which is very simple by using Validation option in Text field to check the password which you set it before give it away. For example. Set a field with user name let them choose from the list you add their name in advance let connect those name the pagebreak which is on their name on the page let set a text field and add the ...


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Here is the solution that I was able to use to resolve a similar need to import historical data as actual form responses. the code first opens the form I created, and the spreadsheet with the historical data in the array named "values". The for loop cycles through each line of the spreadsheet, populating each item of the form, and then submitting each ...


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The spreadsheet is not the actual repository of responses. There is a 'bucket' of responses that is connected to the form itself. The data presentation features use the responses connected to the form. You need to use a script to add the extra responses to the Form object. You won't be able to save the original dates with the old responses, as the ...


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Currently, the only place you can put hyperlinks in a Google form is in the second box from the top (aka the description box). Anywhere else and the URL wont be clickable. To add a URL to the discription box simply type the URL with or without the http://. You dont need to add any HTML markup. eg Typing google.com will result in google.com Its a feature ...


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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 choice/Checkboxes/Drop-down ...


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Yes it is possible. What you would need to do is this: Create a section right at the beginning having just one multiple choice question and make it required. Create a second section (right under it) with NO questions. Just a Title (Sorry) and a description (You must be over 18 to participate.) and name/fill them with whatever you like e.g: Title "Sorry"...


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I used @Jean-Francois answer together with Mogsdad to achieve my task: to merge data coming from many identical forms into just one. I added a skip for empty answers, as my form had many non required questions and jumping sections. To "upload" about 1000 responses with 30 items, I had to run twice the script because of timeout, just by changing initial row ...


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Finally...they now support printing it out. https://plus.google.com/u/0/+GoogleDrive/posts/ZSWMyZKC22t


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I agree 100% with the OP that, while design specs are slightly different for print versus paper forms, they certainly are translatable. I was frustrated with the same problem, so I created a small web app called Google Paper Forms that will do exactly what you are looking to do: translate your Google Form to a printable, paper-ready PDF file. It ...


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You can do easily from your Internet Browser Go to File menu then choose Print try it using the following example : https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dFBSU1ZiYzZ6MUpGeE90X0lGTl8xQXc6MA Check the below images Chrome IE


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Further to the above answers - This solution doesn't require an extra spreadsheet cell. You can use the inbuilt event handlers for submission of the form to get a unique id. Because the spreadsheet is just the destination for the form, deleting a row doesn't actually delete the response. With that in mind... EDIT: removed need for ID and dealt with date ...


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This can be done without the need of 3rd party apps by using Google App Scripts. Just to give you an idea the procedure would be: Create a Form in Google Forms and email it to yourself Get the HTML from that email and copy it to your clipboard Create a new Google App script with the following code: function sendFormEmail() { var emailAddress = "...


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


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Correct - Google Forms utilizes Google Spreadsheets to store their data, so you are restricted to the limits imposed on Spreadsheets. EDIT: As Jacob pointed out, these limits only apply to old Google Spreadsheets. All limits have been removed in the new version. All spreadsheet limits mentioned above have been removed in the new version of Google ...


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