Plan events, make a survey or poll, give students a quiz, or collect other information in an easy, streamlined way with Google Forms. General information about using Google Forms with screen readers can be found on Google’s Get started in Google Forms with a screen reader page.
Blind and low-vision users can use Google Forms to create, send, and respond to forms using screen readers. If you are using NVDA, VoiceOver, or JAWS, it is best to use the screen reader’s application mode for better performance.
Accessibility features and options for Google Forms
- Supports screen readers.
- Supports keyboard shortcuts. Open a list of shortcuts any time by pressing Ctrl + / (Windows, Chrome OS) or Command + / (Mac).
Information for Content Creators
- Edit a form using a screen reader
- Collaborate on a form with a screen reader
- Send a form and manage responses with a screen reader
- Keyboard shortcuts for Google Forms