Understand how to generate answers from multiple-choice grid questions.
Step 1: Create a grid questions form
To begin, use the “+” button to add a question to a Google Form, and then change the question type to a Multiple choice grid.
Rows (Options/Answers) and Columns (Topic/Question) can be placed in any quantity on the question screen. The grid question shown below has four rows and five columns.
Step 2: Create a template
You must use a particular syntax to obtain the answer for each row on grid questions.
In your template, for each existing row, type: <<Your question title [row label]>>.
Assume you’ve added a multiple-choice grid in your Google Form with the question “How do we perform on each aspects of our service?”
The subjects/questions are shown in a row (“App function”, “Quality”, “Time of delivery”, and “Customer support” with the accompanying answers “Excellent”, “Very Good”, “Good”, “Not Bad”, and “Poor” displayed in a column.
In your template, write:
<<How do we perform on each aspect of our service? [App function]>>
<<How do we perform on each aspect of our service? [Quality]>>
<<How do we perform on each aspect of our service? [Time of delivery]>>
<<How do we perform on each aspect of our service? [Customer support]>>
“How do we perform on each aspects of our service?” is the question title.
” App funtion”, ” Quality”, ” Time of delivery”, and “Customer support” are your row labels.
The blank space between the title of the question and the label of the row. It is the same syntax that is used to display grid results on spreadsheets.
And here is in the generated PDF file: