At Gulo, most of our writing happens in Google Docs – it’s simply
the easiest way for us to share notes, collaborate on copy, and
create spreadsheets – you know, the stuff we used to do in
Microsoft Office. “But I don’t have Gmail!” I hear someone in the
back saying. Creating a Google account means filling out three
fields and a captcha. It’s worth your 25 seconds. Trust me.
Earlier this year, Google quietly released a feature that I
don’t see a ton of people taking advantage of – forms. And it’s
pretty darned easy:
Start with a spreadsheet to get the form, or start by creating
the form and you’ll get the spreadsheet automatically. Responses
are automatically added to your spreadsheet.
Here’s a sample survey. Took me two minutes: