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Events rarely have unlimited space, so limiting the number of people who sign up is essential.

If you are using Google Forms as a way to collect sign-ups for an event with limited capacity, there is no way to limit the number of attendees using Google’s out-of-the-box tools. Luckily, the Form Limiter Add-on allows you to set a limit to how many people can respond to a Form so you don’t have to worry about turning anyone away.

Simply set the number of attendees you can accept and Form Limiter will disable the form when the desired number of respondents has been met. There is no need to worry about telling people that sign-ups have closed. Try it out now and automate your event sign-up capacity.

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9 thoughts on “How To Limit The Number Of Responses To A Google Form

  1. Paul Reply

    Looking to see if there is a way to get the ‘Submit’ button to also send the completed form to a printer.
    Is there an Add-On that allows for this?

  2. line sidawi Reply

    in case we have many choices in the form, can we limit the responses to these choices?
    for example if the question was “choose one of the listed items”, can we lock one item after a specified number of participants have chosen it?

  3. Christie Reply

    Is there a way to set the form up to allow each student to submit it only 5 times?

  4. Wesley Reply

    Hi – I need to set the limit to a specific cell value in the response spreadsheet. There is the option to do this, but when the responses from the form populate in the sheet, it adds a row, rather than filling in rows. Therefore, it bumps the “Total” value down a row each time, changing the cell number (e.g. from F2 to F3), therefore negating the limit. For example, if I set cell F2 to be the “total value” and therefore the limit, then I fill out the form, it adds a new row for the response, moving the “total value” cell to F3. Since the limiter is set to F2, it now will not stop accepting answers.

  5. Yothin K Reply

    How about stop respondents from filling the form at the beginning when the limit is reached so the respondents may not have to go thru all questions and then they know that the limit already reach? And can it how the number of quotas left?

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