Multiple Choice Grid in Google Forms: How to Use it in 2023
In this article, we will show you how to use the multiple choice grid in Google Forms in just a few clicks. Simply follow the steps below.
What Is Multiple Choice Grid in Google Forms?
A multiple choice grid in Google Forms is a question type that allows you to set up a grid of questions and answers. It is useful when you want to ask respondents to evaluate multiple items using the same set of response options.
Google Forms Multiple Choice Grid
Step 1: Create the multiple-choice grid question.
Select your question. Click the drop-down menu on the right side of the question field and select "Multiple choice grid."
Step 2: Fill in the rows and columns.
Rows represent the questions or items that the respondents need to evaluate. Columns represent the multiple-choice answers that respondents can choose from for each row or item.
For example, we want to gather students' feedback on various aspects of a course. The question would be something like: "Please evaluate the following aspects of the course."
In the row section, we enter the aspects of the course we want feedback on, like:
Interaction and Participation
In the column section, we enter the range of responses we want to offer, such as:
Step 3: Configure your settings.
If you want to make sure that each aspect is evaluated, toggle the option "Require a response in each row" at the bottom of the question box.
Step 4: Preview your form to make sure everything is correct.
Click on the eye icon at the top right of the form to preview and test your form.
This is what our example looks like in preview mode:
Step 5: Finalize and send.
Click the "Send" button. You can send the form to your respondents via email or a shared link.
This is what our example looks like in Google Forms:
We hope this article has helped you and given you a better understanding on how to use the multiple choice grid in Google Forms.