How to make the most of the Google Forms autosave feature

Autosave allows people to enter data into a Google Form over multiple sessions, but there also may be times when you may want to turn the feature off.

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By default, when you enter data in a Google Form while signed in to your Google account, the system now automatically saves form information you enter as a draft. This feature is especially helpful when a form has many questions or when it takes you a significant amount of time to respond to questions. For example, it may take managers and employees time to thoughtfully complete responses on a form used for performance reviews or goal setting. Similarly, students might appreciate the autosave feature when filling out forms used to evaluate learning.

Any Google Form that contains few questions or can be filled out in a few minutes…

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