You can manually turn off a Google Form so that it stops accepting responses. Sometimes that is not possible or convenient, and that's when the formLimiter add-on can be a big help. After installing this Google Forms add-on, you can set any Google Form to automatically stop accepting responses at a specific time or after a maxium number of responses have been submitted. Having an auto shut off is handy for limiting the number of sign ups, accepting contest entries, and imposing deadlines.
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  • learninginhandYou can manually turn off a Google Form so that it stops accepting responses. Sometimes that is not possible or convenient, and that's when the formLimiter add-on can be a big help. After installing this Google Forms add-on, you can set any Google Form to automatically stop accepting responses at a specific time or after a maxium number of responses have been submitted. Having an auto shut off is handy for limiting the number of sign ups, accepting contest entries, and imposing deadlines.

  • learninginhandWhen have you used formLimiter? Or, if you didn't know about it, when are you thinking you could put it to use? #edtech #googleEDU #googleforms
  • drfrankbuckYep, great, easy tool.
  • joanlamarcheI tell students if you know something quick you usually know it well. So I would use a form for my exit question but limit to only 1/2 my class. Then send another form out for remaining students. First group answering correctly gets higher points-not necessarily higher grades.
  • learninginhand@joanlamarche Interesting idea!
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