How to add image password to your google forms

 

Google Forms has this “all or nothing” problem. Forms are public (anyone can fill out the form) or, if you are in Google Apps, you can create forms that are visible to everyone in your organization. However, it is not possible to restrict access to forms to specific individuals. today I am going to show How to add image password to your google forms.

 

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Another disadvantage is that Google Forms does not allow passwords or CAPTCHAs to prevent spam robots from filling their forms with random data. Google itself maintains the reCAPTCHA project, but it is not known whether the integration with Google Forms is under way. There is a solution, however.

 

Google forms with image passwords

 

Google forms do not support CAPTCHA but offer an option to attach images with questions. These can be used as image passwords.

 

The idea is simple.

 

We added a multiple choice question asking the user to select an image from a selection of multiple images. If you select the correct image, the main form is displayed if no error message is displayed. In addition, these images are shuffled so the position of the response is random for each respondent.

 

How to add image password to your google forms

 

How to add image password to your google forms

 

 

Take this sample of Google Form for a spin and you get the idea.

 

Open a new Google Form and create 3 sections. The first section will have the image password, the second section will contain the error message and the last section will have the actual questions you want to ask users who have passed the anti-spam test.

 

In the first section, create a multiple choice question and attach a different image with each option. Make this a mandatory question and activate the random order of the question. Also, check the “Go to section based on the response” section for the section so that only valid responses are taken to the main form.

 

For each option that is not valid, choose “Go to section 2” (see screenshot) and choose “Go to section 3” for the correct choice. In section 2, do not add any questions, but rather the error message in the section description. Also set “Go to section 1” after section 2 so that the user can not go to main section 3 without passing the image test.

 

Make the Google form live and respondents will only see the main questionnaire if they have solved the problem in section 1. You should also consult another technique to restrict access to Google forms with passwords.

 

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