Google Forms will let you save your progress as drafts
The beta version of Google Forms is already available to Google Workspace for Education customers.
Google today launched a beta version of Google Forms. This new version enables users to save a draft for up to 30 days or until the form is completed and submitted by the user.
With this new feature, users will not have to start over if they are unable to complete a form or quiz.
“Next week, we’re launching draft responses for Google Forms in beta. When responding to a Google Form, Quiz or Quiz assignment in Classroom while signed into your Google Workspace account, your progress will automatically be saved as a draft for 30 days from your last edit or until the form is completed,” Google explained in a blog.
Google said that it will roll out this feature to Google Workspace customers later this year. At the moment, the beta version is only available for Google Workspace for Education customers.