How to Embed Google Forms in a Slides Presentation

Learn how to collect feedback from your audience by embedding Google Forms in your presentations.

Google Forms and Slides logos

Find the embed code

Look for the "Send" option in the top right corner of the Google Forms interface. Clicking that will bring up a share dialog.

Google Forms interface with an arrow pointing at the share button

Copy the embed code

Once the Google Forms share dialog is open, look for the "embed" tab. There you will find an embed code beginning with "<iframe...". Copy that embed code to your clipboard.

Google Forms interface with the share dialog open

Insert your embed code

Next you will need to switch over to the Slides editor and paste your embed code. If you press CMD/CTRL + V in the Slides editor with an <iframe> embed code in your clipboard we will automatically create an iframe block for you.

If you prefer, you can also click the "Iframe" option in the sidebar to insert iframes.

The Slides editor interface with an arrow pointing to the Iframe content block

The result

You have now embedded a fully interactive Google Form directly within your presentation slides! If you share this presentation with someone, they will be able to fill out the form without leaving your presentation.

A Google Form embedded in a Slides presentation

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