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1. Introduction to Ask for Feedback

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Feedback is a suggestion someone gives to help another person improve their work or performance.

Feedback can help you grow and develop in almost every area of your life: at school, at work, even at home.

You probably already receive feedback from your teachers, who suggest ways you can improve your work at school, Or from coaches, who tell you how you can run faster or hit a ball farther.

And you might get feedback from family members, who tell you how to behave.

You can ask for feedback to: get advice from someone with more knowledge or experience, get a new set of eyes or point of view on your work, or come up with new ideas for solving a problem or meeting a challenge.

In this lesson, you will create a survey to collect feedback from your classmates.

Surveys ask specific questions about a topic, and then collect the answers submitted by the people who fill them out. This lesson uses Google Forms to build and distribute a survey, but you can also make one using another survey application.

Survey apps help you to quickly create and share a survey, and then organize the feedback you collect.

To collect your feedback, you will build a specific type of survey called a feedback form.

Feedback forms are often used by companies to measure the satisfaction of their customers, but you can also use one to get feedback on an event or project.

As you build and send your feedback form, you will: share a project with feedback partners, create a new feedback form, write questions and choose question types, preview and edit your feedback form, send your feedback form, and review the feedback you receive.

To work on this lesson, sign in to your Google account.

Open a new tab in your browser, and navigate to Google dot com.

If you are not signed in, do so now.

If you do not have a Google account, pause the video and create one now.

Now, it’s your turn: Sign into your Google account, and move on to the next video to select a project to collect feedback on.


  1. Sign into your Google account.
  2. Move on to the next video to select a project to collect feedback on.