Integrate several elements to one question (sub-question, requests, comments)
Ex: A rate question with a comment sub-section
A multiple choice question with a rate question or comments...
Q1 Think about the fact that an area of inquiry will often have several different questions attached to it.
a. Why might people want to to reflect this idea by including several questions under the same heading?
b. How might you facilitate this within Forms?
c. What is stopping you from doing so?
As a teacher, this will really help with using forms to set quizzes that reflect real multipart exam questions.
I would like the possibility to insert text instead of only questions.
Sometimes I would like to explain something after somebody has given an answer. E.g. Where do you want to go on holiday? A) Europe B) America C) Australia. When someone chooses C than I would like to show a text; please be aware that you have to request for a visa if you want to enter Australia.
Afterwards, I would like the respondent to go further with the survey.
Easy solution: allow branching to a section instead to only a question.
Teachers really need this function as we regularly ask questions that have multiple parts. Now I have to type out the original statement each time and ask the next question. So being able to have 2.a then 2.b etc would save tons of time.
Rob Whitehead commented
The ability to have a 'Comments' section WITHIN any question type in Forms (so you don't have to add this as a separate question) would be great.
Yes, this would be fantastic! This way, you can ask several questions about a particular image/video, and have it all be related to that particular image/video. Then use the same blueprint for other videos. This is functionality that is available in Google forms.
Combine this with Office Form's "Shuffle questions" would make it one step better!