In this lesson, you'll learn how to analyze user research data with Google Forms. You'll learn how to create a form with different question types, share it with your audience, and then use Google Forms' built-in features to analyze responses.

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Welcome to this micro video on how to use Google Forms to analyze user research data. As a researcher or analyst, you need a tool that can help you collect and analyze data quickly and accurately. Google Forms is one such tool that can help you do just that.

Let's dive right into it. To get started, open up Google Forms on your web browser and create a new form. You can add different types of questions like short answer, multiple choice, checkboxes, dropdown and more.

Once you have created your form, you can send it out to your target audience to collect their responses. You can share the form through a link or embed it on your website.

Now that you have collected your data, it's time to analyze it. Google Forms has an inbuilt feature that lets you see the responses in different formats like summary charts, individual responses, and Google Sheets.

The summary charts will show you a graphical representation of your data, making it easier to understand and interpret. If you want to go deeper into your data analysis, you can export the data into Google Sheets by clicking on "Link to sheets" button on the top of the page.

Once you have the data in Google Sheets, you can use various tools like filters, pivot tables, and graphs to analyze and visualize your data.

Google Forms and Google Sheets together provide a comprehensive solution for collecting and analyzing user research data. It's fast, accurate, and easy to use.Give it a try and let us know how it worked for you. Thanks for watching!


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