An important part of workplace communications is giving and receiving feedback.
When you ask what others have to say about your business or a specificaspect of your work, you get: New ideas and perspectivesSuggestions for improvement Information you can use to grow your businessor career.
In this activity, you’ll use Google Forms to create a survey that will ask for feedback.
To collect feedback, you’ll: Create a new Google Form,Add different types of survey questions, Make your survey look professional and appealingby adding a theme, Share your survey, andView survey responses.
Surveys are important communications tools because they tell you what others think aboutyour work or your business.
You might use a survey to: Ask employees and managers about ideas fora new product or service, Get customer feedback about ways you couldimprove, Discover supplies or materials your workplaceneeds, or Find out what attendees liked and didn’tlike about a meeting or training.
You can customize a digital form by changing how it looks and varying the questions andavailable answers, so you get the exact information you need.
You can also share your form over the internet, so recipients see it and respond to it fromtheir computer or device.
Finally, a digital form allows you to view and organize responses in different ways thatfit what you are trying to accomplish.
To start making your survey, open a new tab in your browser, and navigate to the Googlehomepage.
Then, open Google Drive...
...and create a blank form.
Give your form a descriptive title.
Your survey respondents will see the title when you share the survey.
This is also the name it will be saved under in Google Drive, so a specific title willhelp you find it easily.
Once you’ve named your form, move on to the next video to begin creating your survey.
Now, it’s your turn: Create a blank form from Google Drive.
Give your form a title.
1. Gather Information Using Digital Tools
2. Add a Title, Description, and Questions
3. Insert Images and Apply a Theme
4. Send the Survey
5. Monitor and Export Responses
6. Activity Wrap-Up: Gather Feedback to Make Informed Decisions