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How to Make A QR Code For Google Forms in 2024

Last Updated: Tue Jul 09 2024

In 4 easy steps, this guide will show you how to make a QR code for Google Forms.

Creating a QR code ensures easy access and increases participation.

So let’s dive in and generate your Google Forms QR code!


  • Create Your Google Form
  • Copy the Form URL
  • Generate the QR Code
  • Download and Share Your QR Code

Step 1: Create Your Google Form

Open Google Forms and click on the plus sign to create a new form.

red arrow pointing to ‘Blank’ template in google forms

Enter a name for your form, like "Customer Feedback Form".

red arrow pointing to untitled form field

Click on the "+" icon to add questions to your form.

red arrow pointing to add question button

Customize the question types (multiple choice, checkboxes, etc.) according to your needs.

dropdown menu shows the types of question

Step 2: Copy the Form URL

Once your form is ready, click the "Send" button at the top-right corner of the page.

red arrow pointing to send button

In the Send Form window, click on the link icon to get the form URL.

red arrow pointing to the link icon

Click on "Copy" to copy the form URL to your clipboard.

red arrow pointing to ‘Copy’

You can also check the "Shorten URL" box for a shorter link.

red arrow pointing to “Shorten URL” check  button when it is checked

Step 3: Generate the QR Code

Open a QR code generator in your browser.

QR code generator home page

In the QR Code generator, paste the copied URL into the URL field.

red arrow pointing to “Enter your website” in the URL field

After pasting the URL the QR code will generate in a few seconds on the right side of your screen.

red arrow pointing to generated QR code

Step 4: Download and Share Your QR Code

Click the "Download JPG" button to save the QR code as a JPG file.

red arrow pointing to “Download JPG”

Print the QR code on flyers, posters, business cards, or include it in digital communications to share with your audience.

red arrow pointing to “PRINT QUALITY”


Optional: Advanced Customization and Security

Dynamic QR Codes: If you need the flexibility to change the URL after printing, consider using a dynamic QR code service. This allows you to update the URL without changing the QR code itself.

Security Tips: Ensure you use a reputable QR code generator to avoid security risks. Educate your audience on scanning QR codes from trusted sources.


Creating a QR code for your Google Forms is straightforward and immensely beneficial. By following these steps, you can make your forms more accessible and increase engagement.

Whether you’re in education, healthcare, retail, or event management, QR codes offer a seamless way to connect with your audience.