You created a feedback form and sent it to a few friends.
In this video, you will analyze the feedback you collected in Google Forms
and decide how to use it to improve your project.
To begin, open your feedback form.
Google Forms shows you how many people have responded to your survey.
You can access the feedback you collected in two ways:
In Forms, you can view a summary of all the responses to your survey,
as well as each individual survey response.
You can also open a Google Sheet that will be automatically populated
with all the feedback you received.
Now take a look at the summary of all your responses.
Look through your survey feedback and analyze your results.
Are there questions where your feedback partners seem to agree with each other?
Questions where they all take a different point of view?
Is there anything on this summary that surprises you?
Make a note of any feedback that stands out,
especially those places where all your partners seem to agree with each other.
If all your feedback partners point out a similar issue, you probably need to spend some time fixing that issue.
Now, choose three pieces of feedback that you can use to improve your project.
Now, it’s your turn:
Look at your survey responses in Summary and Individual view,
open your survey responses in a new Google Sheet,
and choose three pieces of feedback to use to improve your project.