(A) There’s the option to use a number of different question formats (like multiple choice, true/false, scales, etc.) with Google Forms
(B) You can use the “Responses” section in the Form to see a graphic breakdown of all responses
(C) Google Docs are harder to organize in Google Drive
(D) All Form responses are saved in a Google Sheet and the results are easier to see
You would want to have people fill out a Google Form rather than simply sharing a Google Doc with them to collect their responses because of the following reasons:
- You have the option to use different types of question formats like objective type, subjective type, true/false, scales, etc. with Google Forms
- You can use the “Responses” section in the Google Form to see a graphic breakdown of all responses which is good if you like graphs more than raw data.
- The results from a Google Form are easier to see because all the Form responses are saved in a Google Sheet.
This question is a part of the Unit 3 Review of the Google for Education Fundamentals Training. You can find answers to all the Unit 3 Review questions in our Google for Education Fundamentals Training Answers page.