Google Forms adds short URLs, randomized questions, more

Often a new online tool pops up and in a flurry I need to play. I’ve discovered that these ‘fly by night’ apps and tools are not the ones to get excited about.

This blog points to the way in which Google has again listened to their users and made improvements to a product that has potential to not just gather data but that as a teacher/learner can assist me to engage with others to better understand concepts, activities and more.
Thanks for a @ChanceHMiller for providing this neat and useful blog post.

Time to play with the new features – maybe embed it in my blog 🙂


About msolpersson

I love to learn! Love to try and make learning fun and interactive! Really enjoy nature and walking for exercise!
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