Google Forms allows you to receive and manage responses to your forms quite easily. This guide shows you multiple ways to view your Google form responses.
Google Forms Responses Tab
- Open your Google Form and click on the Responses Tab at the top of the page. This allows you to see who has responded to your form.
- There are three ways to view responses: Summary, Question, and Individual. Summary results show you the overall result of responses at a glance. Question responses lets you see answers to specific questions you have on your form. Individual responses let you examine how each respondent answered your survey questions. Different ways to view responses.
- Click on the Summary option in the “Responses tab” to visualize responses based on the question type. For instance, the responses to paragraph questions are represented as lists, multiple-choice questions as pie charts, and checkboxes as progression bars.
Enabling Email Notifications for Responses
In the top right corner of the “Responses tab”, there is a “three-dots menu”. You can manage whether to receive email notifications for new responses or not by selecting an option from this menu.
Downloading and Printing Responses
The Responses Tab also includes the option to download and print the responses directly.
If you want to delete all the responses, you can do so from the “three-dots menu” in the “Responses Tab”.
Creating the Responses Spreadsheet
Under the Responses Tab, you can create a new or existing spreadsheet. It automatically fills the sheet with the responses, so you can quickly view them.
If you’re no longer accepting responses, you can toggle off Accepting responses. This button is located at the top of the page in the “Responses tab”.
With Google Forms, you can decide whether to allow editing responses after submission and multiple submissions from a single account. You can change these settings by scrolling down to the “Responses” menu in the “Settings” tab at the top of the page.