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Creating Branched Forms – Using ‘Go to Section Based on Answer’

Google Forms Go to Section Based on Answer

Users shouldn’t have to read through and respond to questions that don’t apply to them. Using Google Forms “Go to Section Based on Answer” feature, Forms creators can automatically bring respondents to different areas of a Google Form based on answer choices that are selected. In order to use this feature, your form needs to have more than one “Section”. ...

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Breaking out of Drive – Adding Hyperlinks to G Suite Files

Breaking out of Google Drive Hyperlinking Files in G Suite

Hyperlinking in Google Drive Creating clickable text by adding hyperlinks to your Google Drive files allows viewers to jump easily to external websites or other Google Drive content. For teachers, this is a very efficient way to create lesson plans and resources because, rather than having to share an entire folder and relevant websites with students, teachers can create a ...

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Managing Multiple Users in Chrome

Managing Multiple Chrome Users

Juggling Multiple Google Accounts Like most people, I have multiple Google accounts which can get confusing.  The best way to keep home and work accounts separate is to use the “Add Person” feature which is found in the Chrome Menu under “Settings”. It’s important to distinguish this method of toggling users from the often used, but not recommended “Add Account” ...

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Welcoming Winter with Engaging Ed Tech Activities

This time of year filled when kids and teachers are feeling cooped up, having engaging activities that allow students to be creative while using technology can be a welcome addition to any classroom. Here are some fun options that don’t require much in the way of preparation and can easily become inspiration for a student writing.   Create a Snowflake Make-a-Flake (Gr3+): ...

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