You can email the form to anyone in the world, even those outside your school Apps domain. This makes forms an ideal way to collect information for those outside the school such as contact information from parents or survey data for a research project.
If the individual has a Gmail account, they can actually respond to the form directly in the email message. Others can complete the form by clicking the link included in the email message.
The email message you send contains the form title, description, and a link to submit the form. At this time, you cannot add a separate email message when you send the form to recipients.
You can email you form as often as you like to recipients from two places:
Response spreadsheet: Click the Form menu and select Send form. Enter the email addresses and click Send.
Editing form page: Click the Email this form button and enter the email addresses of the recipients. Click Send.
You can also email recipients again for reminders or other notifications by going to the Form menu in your spreadsheet and selecting Email X Recipients, where X is the number of email addresses you’ve already sent the form.
Mailing to groups You can take advantage of Groups in Google Apps or Google Groups to use a single email address to send to multiple people. If you view your group discussions on the group page only, not in email, you will be able to access the message and click the link to complete the form.