Force a Copy of a Google Form

The easiest way to share a Google Doc, Slide, or Sheet is to use a little trick called Force a Copy.  This enables you to share the activities and lessons you create with others without worrying about them accidentally editing something on your version. However, things get a little more complicated when you involve another tried and true Google product, the Google Form.

During a blog writing episode, I created a Google Form and I wanted to be able to share a copy of it without giving editing rights.  Of course, I tried the same procedure one would use to Force a Copy of a Google Doc, Slide, or Sheet. That process is to replace the word EDIT in the URL with the word COPY.  I was hoping this trick would work with a Google Form. But, NO, not happening.  Do not despair! My colleague, Miguel Guhlin, shared five easy steps to make this magic happen. 

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