Schedule Google Forms and limit submissions using these steps:
Create your Google Form: Go to forms.google.com and create a new form or select an existing one that you want to schedule and limit submissions for.To schedule and limit submissions for a Google Form, you can follow these steps:
- Open the Google Form in your browser.
- Click the Settings cog icon.
- In the General tab, click on “Limit to 1 response” to limit the form to one response per person.
- Click Save to apply the changes.
If you require more advanced functionalities to limit responses in Google Forms, you can install a Google Forms add-on called formLimiter. Here’s how you can install and use formLimiter:
- Open your Google Forms form in your desktop browser.
- Click the three-dot menu icon in the top-right corner.
- From the drop-down menu, click the “Add-Ons” option.
- Search for “formLimiter” and click on it to install the add-on.
- Once installed, formLimiter can be accessed by clicking the add-ons icon on your Google Forms page.
- In the “formLimiter” pop-up menu, select the “Set Limit” option.
- A pop-up menu will appear in the bottom-right corner.
- From the “Limit Type” drop-down menu, you can set response restrictions based on the number of responses or by the date and time.
These steps will allow you to schedule and limit submissions for your Google Form.
FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
Q: Can I schedule the availability of my Google Form to collect responses only during specific dates and times?
A: Yes, you can schedule the availability of your Google Form by setting a start and end date/time. This restricts respondents from accessing and submitting the form outside the specified timeframe.
Q: How do I schedule my Google Form to be available only on certain dates?
A: To schedule your Google Form, go to the “Responses” tab in the form editor, click on the three dots (vertical ellipsis) icon, and select “Accepting responses.” Then, choose “Choose start and end dates” to set the desired availability period.
Q: Can I limit the number of responses my Google Form can receive?
A: Yes, you can limit the number of responses your Google Form can receive by enabling the “Limit to 1 response” option or setting a specific response limit. This prevents further submissions after reaching the defined limit.
Q: Is it possible to set a maximum number of responses for my Google Form without scheduling a specific timeframe?
A: Yes, you can set a maximum number of responses without scheduling a timeframe. Go to the “Responses” tab, click on the three dots icon, select “Accepting responses,” and then choose “Limit responses.” Set the maximum number of responses there.
Q: Can I customize a message to be displayed when the Google Form is closed or reaches its submission limit?
A: Yes, you can customize the message displayed when the form is closed or reaches its submission limit. Under the “Accepting responses” menu, click on “Custom” and enter your desired message.
Q: What happens to respondents who access the Google Form after the scheduled end date or submission limit has been reached?
A: Respondents who try to access the Google Form after the scheduled end date or when the submission limit is reached will see the customized message you set. They won’t be able to submit new responses.
Q: Can I modify the Google Form after scheduling it or setting a submission limit?
A: Yes, you can modify the Google Form even after scheduling it or setting a submission limit. However, be cautious, as any changes may affect the form’s availability or the total number of responses.
Q: Is there a way to receive notifications when the Google Form reaches its submission limit? A: Google Forms doesn’t have built-in notification options for reaching submission limits. However, you can use third-party add-ons or integrations to receive notifications when the limit is reached.
Q: Can I use Google Forms in conjunction with Google Calendar to schedule events and collect responses?
A: Yes, you can use Google Forms in conjunction with Google Calendar to schedule events and collect responses. You can embed the form in the event description or share the form link with event attendees.
Q: Are there any add-ons or extensions that can enhance the scheduling and response-limiting capabilities of Google Forms?
A: Yes, there are several add-ons available in the Google Workspace Marketplace that can enhance the functionality of Google Forms, including options for advanced scheduling, response tracking, and more.