Written by Emilija Google Workplace / Forms
Google Forms is an amazingly effective and easy-to-use form builder with many features. Users can create different forms for different purposes and collect data.
Among the features Google Forms offers is the option for limiting responses. Users can limit the maximum number of responses one user can submit and to which date they can submit their responses.
Keep reading on to learn how to limit responses in Google Forms.
Limiting Google Forms responses by account means that users must sign in to their Google accounts before submitting an answer. Limiting responses in Google Forms means that respondents can only submit one answer.
Users can also “close” their surveys created with Google Forms to disable users from submitting answers.
Users can do this either manually or with an add-on. An add-on will allow users to set a date limit and automatically close their surveys, which is impossible with Google Forms’ options.
Installing a Google Chrome extension will allow you to limit the responses automatically and set up a closing date for your survey.
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Limiting responses in Google’s Form builder is an easy task. Users can manually limit the responses by toggling a button or installing an add-on.
Follow our guide to limit responses to your surveys quickly and easily.