In this article, we will show you how to combine Google Forms in just a few clicks. Simply follow the steps below!
Unfortunately, merging Google Forms directly isn't a built-in feature of Google Forms. However, the "Import Questions" function is an efficient method for merging content from multiple forms without having to use a third-party tool or add-on.
Here's how to do it:
Start by opening the Google Form where you want to merge other forms into.
In your form, look for the "Import Questions" icon on the right-hand side toolbar.
A window will pop up displaying a list of your existing Google Forms. Select the form from which you want to import questions.
For the purpose of this guide, we will choose our existing assessment form.
After selecting the form, you'll see a list of all the questions in that form. Check the boxes next to the questions you want to import. You can select as many questions as you need, or you can simply click "Select all."
After selecting the questions, click the "Import Questions" button. The selected questions will be added to your current form. Once the questions are imported, you can rearrange them or make edits to fit the flow of your new form.
If you need to import questions from more than one form, repeat the above steps for each form.
This method is useful for combining multiple forms without having to copy and paste each question individually or use a third-party tool. It also helps maintain the formatting and response types of the original questions.
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