This week is a vacation week for the vast majority of readers of this blog. As I do at this time every year, I'm going to republish some of the most popular posts of 2018. Here's one from June.
For years and years people have asked me if there is way to customize the fonts in Google Forms. And for years and years I've had to say no. That is finally going to change! Yesterday, Google announced the addition of new Google Forms customization options.
Choose Your Font Style
You can now choose from a selection of fonts to use in your form's title and in the questions in your form.
Mix and Match Theme and Background Colors
For many years you've been able to choose a form theme and even upload your own images to use in your form's theme. However, you couldn't customize the form's appearance much more than that. Soon you'll be able to change the background color of your form independently from the the color of the header. You'll still be able to upload an image to use in your header too.
You can find the new customization options by clicking on the palette icon in a Google Forms header. (That's the same icon you use to change the header color now).
The new Google Forms customization options will be rolling out over the next fifteen days. If you don't see them in your account today, don't worry, you'll get them soon.
Learn more about Google Forms in on my on-demand training, Google Forms & Sheets for Beginners.