Looking for a way to speed up form creation on Google Forms? You can enter questions from other forms you have created to save time. This is a great way to reuse questions and create a form in minutes.
You can easily make a copy of a form you created in Google Forms and then edit it to fit. But you may only have one or two questions that you want to reuse. By entering questions, you can only receive the questions you want from various other forms and display them directly.
Enter Questions in Google Forms
Visit Google Forms, sign in, and open the form you want to ask questions to.
Select the question to which you want to enter an imported question below. Then click the Import Questions icon on the toolbar on the right.
The questions you enter may also appear at the top of your form and not below a specific question. To do this, do not first select an existing question. Just use the toolbar to enter the questions and they will appear at the top. Then arrange them later.
Locate the form that contains the questions you want to use. You can use the search box at the top or the Sort button on the right to quickly find the form you need if you have many.
Select the form and click on "Select".
The questions from the form you selected will appear in the sidebar on the right. If you realize you have the wrong form, click "Change Form" and find the correct one.
You can then select Select all to use all the questions or just select the boxes for the questions you want. When done, click "Enter Questions".
If you want to reuse additional questions from other forms, you can do so as well. Just follow the same steps to locate and select the form and select the questions. This will give you a form that is ready to use in no time!
Once you enter questions, they remain on your form like any question you add. So you can edit, arrange and customize the question in the new form.
Source of information: howtogeek.com