Let’s face it. Google Forms has great uses in the educational setting. There isn’t a time where students or teachers aren’t completing a Google Form during a particular week, regardless of the purpose. Here are three features that you may not be aware of:
You now have the ability to import questions from previously created Google Forms to help save you time. In playing around with this feature, I have discovered that you can also import questions from multiple forms into one form. For instance, you can import one question from a form, we will call form A. You can then indicate that you want to import two questions from another form, we will call form B. This might not necessarily be a feature that you would use on a regular basis, but good to know that it is available to you.
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I am back at it for a third straight year. Tis the season for giving…giving of Google tips and tricks that is. I will be blogging for 10 straight work days, starting Monday, December 9, 2019, giving readers different Google tips, tricks and/or ideas. As you know, Google constantly updates its product and changes are implemented throughout the year but yet we do not necessarily know that changes have in fact been made. My hope is that over the course of the ten days, you are able to carve out some time to learn new things about Google that could potentially help save you time in your day to day routine or enhance your curriculum. My other hope is that you have fun learning some of these new features as well.
10 Days of Google 2019
While I will be blogging each day, I will also curate all blog posts in a single Google Drawing for ease. To view this Google Drawing in another window, click HERE. If you have any tips, ideas, or suggestions, let me know! Here is to a great holiday season.
And that is my Spiel…