Google Form is getting better and better, with every new update Google adds new awesome services. Now users can easily add images to their forms. Until a couple of days ago , you can only create text-based forms but now with a single click you can embed images right into the content of your form. This is particularly useful for teachers creating image-based quizzes and surveys.
There are three ways you can embed an image in your Google form:
1- You can drag and drop it in the designated area or you can click on " choose and image" and upload it from your hard drive.
2- You can upload images from the web by pasting their URLs in the content bar provided there
3- You can embed a snapshot into your forms. Just click on " take a snapshot " and you are good to go.
4- You can also add images from your Google Drive.
see these four steps in this screenshot
When you upload your image you can then give it a title and type in the hover text. The hover text is self explanatory, it is the words users will see when they hover on the image. The hover text is also important in cases when the image does not appear in a certain web browser.
You can also control the placement of your image: either aligning it to the right, centering it, or aligning it to the left.
If you want to change the image you selected ,you click on the " change" button right above the image and go through the process mentioned previously.
For those of you who don't know how to create a form using Google Forms, please check out this visual guide to help you.