In this article, we will explore what the Google Forms multiple pages feature is and how to make multiple pages on Google Forms. Simply follow the steps below.
Follow the process below to create multiple pages in your Google Forms for better organization and user experience.
Begin by opening your Google Form. To create multiple pages, you need to add questions first. Click on the "Add Question" button to insert various types of questions such as multiple-choice, short answer, or checkboxes.
Click on the "Add section" icon (it looks like an equal sign, =).
This action will generate a new section where you can enter a section name, and description, and add as many questions as you need. You can also rearrange questions within this section.
Continue adding questions to different sections to build multiple pages in your form. Inside each section, arrange questions as needed to create a structured flow for your respondents.
To control how respondents navigate between pages, click on the arrow below each section.
From there, you can set up navigation options like "Continue to next section" or "Submit form" for each page.
Before sharing your form, it's essential to preview and test it to ensure everything works as intended. Click the "Preview" button to see how your form appears to respondents. Verify that the page navigation and questions function correctly.
Once satisfied with your form's structure and functionality, click the "Send" button to share it with others.
Follow the process below to create dynamic and personalized surveys by adding logic to your Google Forms.
In your existing Google Form, click on the specific question within one of the sections where you want to apply logic.
Within the selected question, access the three-dot menu and choose "go to section based on the answer." This is the menu where you'll define logic rules that determine how respondents proceed based on their answers to this particular question.
Specify the conditions for your logic. For instance, if a respondent selects a particular answer option, determine where they should go next within the same section or to another section. Customize this based on your specific needs to create a dynamic and tailored user experience.
We hope that you now have a better understanding of what the Google Forms multiple pages feature is and how to make multiple pages on Google Forms. If you enjoyed this article, you might also like our article on how to set up a character limit in Google Forms or our article on setting up one question at a time in Google Forms. If you want to know how to send a confirmation email on Google Forms, we also suggest checking out our detailed guide.