You don’t have to stick to scripts for your questions in Google Forms; You can base your questions on the pictures. Whether you add a single image as a question or multiple images as possible answers, we’ll explain how to take advantage of this feature.
Add an image to the question in Google Forms
All question types except file upload offer an image option for your question. So you can add an image to the paragraph question and ask the respondents to describe it, or add one to the multiple choice question and ask the respondents to depict the correct one.
You can add a photo before, during, or after preparing the question. To the right of the question text box, click the image icon.
Locate your photo using the tabs at the top of the window that appears. You can upload one, use your camera, enter a URL, choose one from Google Photos, Drive, or search for images.
When the image appears in your question, you have a few options by clicking the three dots in the top right of it.
You can align the image, add a comment, replace it, or remove it.
After you have inserted and adjusted the image, you can complete the question and click the preview icon at the top right to view it as respondents do.
Add images as answer options in Google Forms
Besides creating a question on an image in Google Forms, you can use the images as answer options for multiple choice and checkbox questions.
Select one of these question types at the top right of the question. Hover over the first possible answer and click on the image icon (mountains inside a box) that appears.
Locate the image as shown earlier from your computer, camera, URL, Photos, Drive, or image search.
Follow the same steps for the remaining answer options and complete the question.
You can then click on the preview icon to see how the question and answers will look on the respondents.
When you create a form like the Google Forms self-assessment test, images give you one more way to ask a question or list possible answers.
If you are just starting to use this app, take a look at the Beginner’s Guide to Google Forms.