Tag Archives: Forms

5 Things You Did Not Know About Google Forms

5 things you do not know about google forms alice keeler

Google Forms Tips    Skip Pages Google Forms allows you to create pages so that all of the questions are not all on one screen. In some circumstances the questions do not apply for every student. If students answer no they are not participating in a sport the section of questions about which sports the […]

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Alice’s Quick Way to Make a Google Form

Create a Google Form FAST

Alice’s Quick Way to Make a Google Form I am a ninja with keyboard shortcuts and using the Tab key. I try to avoid touching the mouse whenever possible. I am getting pretty good with the keyboard shortcuts to create a Google Form with the new Google Forms, but it’s still too slow for me. […]

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Creating Google Forms

Create a Google Form

Creating Google Forms 1. Create a Google Form Use forms.google.com or create a Form from Google Drive. 2. Title Form Type the title of the Form and a description on the Questions tab.  3. Name the Document The document is by default named “Untitled form.” Click on “Untitled form” in the upper left-hand corner. By […]

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Agenda Doc: Send a Google Form and Create an Agenda

I have created an Add-On script that allows you to create a Google Form with the list of agenda items for a meeting and then merge the responses of participants to an editable Google Doc. I have noticed that many meetings I attend the agenda is created on a Google Doc and shared with those attending […]

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Google Forms: No Joke – Use JK to Move Items

When creating Google Forms, sometimes you have a need to change the question order. One method is to select a question. a 2×3 grid of dots will appear at the top center of the question. Notice when you hover over the “grippy dots,” the cursor changes to a 4 way arrow. This indicates you can hold […]

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Google Forms: Tab Tab Type

When I first saw that the new Google Forms only has one option for multiple choice I was disappointed. Using the mouse is something I try to avoid. Tab and keyboard shortcuts can help me be super productive when creating. Happily a few tricks makes it a snap to create a Google Form. Tab and […]

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Google Forms: Click the Settings Cog

Google Forms updated this week with a new look and some new features. Some of the features you might be used to seeing are now organized into menus within Google Forms. Settings Click on the settings cog when creating a Google Form. GAFE: Restricted to the Domain If you are using a Google Apps for […]

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Google Forms Templates

I have surprised myself how often I make Google Docs at docs.google.com, Google Sheets at sheets.google.com and Google Slides at slides.google.com. One advantage to going to the product website rather than creating the new doc directly in Google Drive is the ability to choose from attractive templates ready to use. Google Forms forms.google.com Templates Quickly […]

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Flubaroo: Send Student Feedback to Google Drive

If you are not a Flubaroo user, you probably want to be. Flubaroo is an Add-On for Google Sheets spreadsheets that will automatically grade student responses to formative assessment submitted through a Google Form. Share to Google Drive Previously Flubaroo had the option (and still does) to email students their results. Since not all schools […]

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Google Sheets: Randomize Google Form Results

Sometimes I have need to randomize the results from a Google Form. For example, I had students submit links to their digital portfolios. I want the other students to view the portfolios. However, if the results are not randomized the first few in the list will be viewed many times. The students at the bottom […]

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Google Classroom + Google Forms = Magic

It is now significantly easier to utilize Google Forms in Google Classroom. Simply attach a Form using the Google Drive attachment option when making a post. Students are automatically linked to the live view of the Form. For the teacher, Classroom provides a link right in the stream to view the results in Google Sheets. Google […]

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Google Forms is Now Purple

Google Forms is the best thing since sliced bread. I hope you are using it to teach. Go to forms.google.com to start creating a Google Form. Google Forms recently updated the logo to be purple. This is great news since it was confusing to have the Google Forms and Google Sheets logo to both be […]

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5 ADVANCED Google Docs Challenges.

Earlier I posted 5 challenges for each of the 5 Google Docs options in Google Drive. These were for teachers new to Google Docs. Here are 5 more challenges for the more practiced users. Link to Slides presentation  

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Google Forms: Sort Responses Backwards

When students fill out a Google Form the responses go to the bottom. If you are using the same Google Form repeatedly this can make for a lot of scrolling. Hide Rows One trick I use for this is to hide the rows that I have looked at previously. For example: let’s say you want […]

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