Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Google Forms - New Themes!

For a long time, Google has not updated the "themes" for their forms. We had a very limited selection, but today that all changes! 

Google Forms now has 24 new themes to choose from, as well as the option to customize your own theme by choosing a heading and background image. 

To choose a theme, click on the usual "Change Theme" button in the toolbar, and you will get a sidebar with new options:


Once you click on "Customize", you get several options:


You can choose an image from your computer for the header and page background, as well as customize font options. 

So you can go from old:

To new!

-Lauren



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