Gone are the days when we used to rely on physical survey forms to take feedback from customers, employees, or people. Today Google Forms or Microsoft Forms can do the same task quickly. You can even convert a dedicated Google Form to QR code on mobile and desktop to share it.
This is useful for someone who regularly addresses large gatherings or café/restaurant owners for taking feedback from customers. Instead of handing out feedback forms, you can ask users to scan a QR code and fill-up the form. No manual input is needed from your side and all the data neatly gets organized by Google Forms on the web.
Before we go ahead and show you how to convert Google Form to QR code, let’s first understand how you can get Google Forms link from the web.
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Create a Relevant Google Form
First, you need to create a Google Form from the web. After that, you can either start creating Google Form from scratch or opt for Google Forms templates to save some time.
Step 1: Visit Google Form on the web. Sign in using your account credentials.
Step 2: Open a new Google Form from the Recent forms menu or click on the + icon at the bottom.
Step 3: Select Choose template.
It will take you to a dedicated template gallery. Pick a relevant template based on your needs. The template library carries Customer Feedback, Job Application, Event Feedback, Contact Information, Party Invite, and many more templates.
Step 4: Start making changes based on your preferences. Change title, heading, default questions, answers, etc.
Your Google Form is now ready to be filled by others. Let’s generate a link to create a QR code out of it.
Click on Send at the top and select Link in the Send via menu. Next, enable Shorten URL toggle and reduce the size of the weblink. Then, copy the link and paste it somewhere.
You have the relevant Google Forms link. It’s time to convert it to a QR code now.
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Convert Google Forms to QR Code on the Web
We are going to use third-party web tools to create a QR code out of a Google Form link. If you have a confidential Google Form, we will highly recommend going ahead with your risk.
QR Code Generator
This little utility allows users to generate QR codes based on text, URL, Contact, Phone number, and more. Here’s how to use it to create a QR code for Google Forms.