Google Forms is probably the best free survey tool in the market. It offers a survey logic feature, excellent collaboration and data analysis capabilities. Google Forms User Satisfaction Index of 8.6 (based on 15,156 reviews on leading review sites; Q3 of 2020) confirms that users love the tool. However, you must be aware that Google Forms is no match for more advanced survey tools and it does have some major shortcomings, including limited types of questions, very simple survey logic, and no much room for customizing your survey.
Check out the pros and cons of using Google Forms (based on our and other users' feedback gathered online) as well as find more details on Google Forms pricing and specification.
Completely free for personal use
No limitations on surveys, questions, or responses
Very easy to use
Strong collaboration features
Integrated with the G Suite ecosystem
No support for individuals
Very limited survey templates
Limited questions types and survey form customization options
Very basic data analysis (though you can easily explore survey responses in more detail using Google Sheets)
Google Forms is a survey tool that lets individuals create customizable forms that could be shared using a web link for free. There are no limitations on surveys, questions, or responses. Businesses can use Google forms as s part of their G Suite paid plan.
Starting from: Free for individuals; $6 per month for businesses
Pricing model: Free, Subscription
Free Trial: Available for an unlimited time.
Individuals can use Google forms for free with their free Google account. There are no limitations on surveys, questions, or responses. Businesses can use Google forms as s part of G Suite, which starts at $6 per user per month. There is no difference in the available Google Forms features based on the tier of your G Suite subscription.