In this article, we will show you how to undo in Google Forms whenever you want to make changes. Simply follow the process below.
Follow the steps below to make and undo changes you make in Google Forms.
Click on any question or section within your form to start editing. You can change the text, adjust the question type (like multiple choice, checkbox, etc.), or rearrange questions by dragging them up or down.
To undo a recent edit, such as a mistakenly deleted question or an unwanted text change, click the "Undo" button. This button is represented by a curved arrow and is located at the top toolbar of the form.
If you accidentally undo an edit or change your mind, click the "Redo" button. This is found next to the "Undo" button. It also looks like a curved arrow but points in the opposite direction. This allows you to restore your last undone action.
After making changes, take a moment to scroll through your entire form. Check each question and section to confirm that all edits, additions, or deletions have been correctly applied and that the overall layout and flow of the form are as you intended.
Before finalizing your form, use the preview feature to see how it will appear to respondents. Click the eye icon located on the top right corner of the page.
We hope that you now have a better understanding of how to undo in Google Forms if you want to revert changes. If you enjoyed this article, you might also like our article on how to create a graph on Google Forms or our article on how to italicize in Google Forms. If you want to know how to send responses in Google Forms to email, we also suggest checking out our detailed guide.