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11 Sep How to create custom themes in Google Forms

Earlier this month, Google announced changes to Forms which give you the ability to customise themes and personalise the form for your organisation or event. 

Google Apps Tips - Custom themes in Google FormsTo get started, open up a new form and head to ‘Change theme’. A menu will appear on the right hand side of the page, with different theme options. You can select an existing theme or opt for basic, then click on ‘Customise’ to edit the layout to your requirements. This includes the option to add a header image, change the background image and colour, and change font, text size, style and more.

To add a header image, click on ‘Header image’ and then ‘Choose image’. Here, you can again choose a selection of pre-existing images, or upload your own from Drive. For the best results, hit ‘Fit to Width’ for the header to fit to the width of the form. You can also scroll down for options to change the header text, question text, and so on.


Extra tip: If you want to create a template form theme for your organisation, why not create an empty form and share with your organisation, for departments to take copies and add their own content.

Claire Stead
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