Written by Editorial Team on December 30, 2019

4 Easy Steps To Create And Embed Google Form In WordPress

Embedding Google Forms In WordPress

Google Forms are easy to embed anywhere and are particularly useful when you need to share the form on multiple websites.  You can embed Google Forms in WordPress in just 4 steps.
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Create Forms

Login in to Google Forms and create forms in just a few clicks.
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Publish The Form

Choose the sample templates and publish your Google Form.
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Get Shareable Link

Upon publishing, search for HTML HTML code and embed in WP.
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Share The Link

You can also use the options to share the shareable link.

What Is Google Forms And How To Embed Google Forms In WordPress?

Do you want to embed a Google form in WordPress? In this article, we will show you how to embed a Google form in WordPress.

But before that, let's get down to business with a quick introduction to Google Form.

  • Google Form is a free form builder by Google
  • You can easily create online forms using the templates or from scratch
  • Instead of using WordPress form builder, Google Form is a nice and cheap alternative
  • You can create pools, quiz and other relevant options using Google Form

Carry on below to learn how to embed Google Form to WordPress website.

How To Embed A Google Form In WordPress?

The first step is to head over to Google Form official website and choose either Personal or Business. If you are a G Suite user, then you should opt for Business option.

The Personal plan is sufficient even for large organizations.

If you haven’t already created a form, then select a template to start a new form.

Create A Google Form

The process of creating a new form in Google Forms is quite straightforward.

It starts by providing a form title and description before you head over to start adding your form fields.

To make the process of creating a form much easier, Google’s AI technology automatically selects the correct form field based on the question you ask (or the objectives you want to achieve). If it selects incorrect field type, then you can manually select it.

Below is a simple form builder that we had created (inline with our "How To Embed Google Form In WordPress" guide).

Google Form Builder

The above is what you will see after choosing a ready-made template in the form builder. New form fields can be added simply by clicking on the add button in the menu option.

Google Forms is very flexible, so much so that you can add images, videos and GIF's to the form in just a few clicks. Don't forget that you can enable "required fields" to further customize your Google Forms before publishing it on your WordPress website.

Once you are satisfied with your form design, click on the Send button to get the embed code.

Publish Google Form

Google Forms Tip. Did you know that you can create automated sections, AI questions and redirection with Google Forms? This is an excellent choice when you are looking for an online form with "if this then that" feature.

Upon publishing your Google Form, the next step is to find the embed code to embed on your WordPress website.

You will see a small pop up after publication. Click on the embedded tab to get the embed code. Copy this code and embed this code on your WordPress website.

Where To Find Embed Google Form Code

After copying the code, head over to your WordPress site admin area and choose the post or page where you want to display the Google form.

On the post edit screen, you will need to switch to the text editor and then paste your form code. This step is the part where you embed Google Form to your WordPress content.

Embed Google Forms Using WordPress Text Module

If you are using WordPress visual builder, this step may vary by a little. For example, if you are using Oxygen Builder as we do, you would need to choose Edit with Oxygen » + Add » Code Block.

Embed Google Forms In Oxygen Builder

Don't worry if you are using visual builders. Most WordPress visual builders have this option to embed an HTML code.


By now, you would get an idea about the topic and we sincerely hope this article helped you learn how to easily embed Google Forms in WordPress posts and pages.

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