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How to Create a Google Form for Event Registration (2024 Guide)

In this article, we will show you how to create a Google Form for event registration in just a few clicks. Simply follow the steps below!

How to Create a Google Form for Event Registration

Step 1: Choose the Event Registration Template

In the Google Forms home, you'll find a gallery of templates at the top. Look for the "Event Registration" template and click on it. If you don't find it immediately, expand the template gallery by clicking on the icon next to it. 

google forms for event registration
google forms for event registration

Step 2: Customize the Template

The template will have preset questions for an event registration form. You can click on any question to edit it to suit your specific event. 

To add new questions, click the + icon on the right. You can add various types of questions like short answers, multiple choice, or dropdowns.

sample google forms for event registration
google forms event registration template

Step 3: Personalize Your Form

Click on the palette icon in the top right to change the color theme or add a header image to match your event branding.

Step 4: Review Form Settings

Click on the "Settings" tab at the center to see more options. Here, you can enable options like collecting email addresses, sending confirmation emails to respondents, and limiting to one response per person.

google forms event registration

Step 5: Organize Your Form (Optional)

If you need to add more structure to your form, you can organize it into sections by clicking on the icon with two stacked rectangles in the toolbar.

Step 6: Preview Your Form and Test It

Click on the eye icon at the top to preview your form. This lets you see what respondents will see and ensure everything is in order before sending it out.

It’s also a good idea to test the form yourself here to ensure all questions are clear and the form functions as intended.

Step 7: Send Your Form

When you're ready, click on the "Send" button. You can choose to email the form (1), share it via a link (2), or embed it on a website (3).

Step 8: Monitor the Responses

As responses come in, you can monitor them in the "Responses" tab. The data can be viewed in real-time or exported to Google Sheets for detailed analysis.

To export to Google Sheets, simply click "Link to Sheets."

We hope that this article has helped you and given you a better understanding of how to create a Google Form for event registration. If you enjoyed this article, you might also like our article on Google Forms tricks or our article on email validation in Google Forms. If you want to send notifications to multiple emails in Google Forms, we also suggest checking out our detailed guide. 

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