After a bit of a hiatus from Gsuitehelp.ca, I would like to share that I’m back and ready to share new features as they are released as well as any other tips and tricks to show you how awesome G Suite for Education can be for you and your students.
To get started, this fall, a great new feature on a rapid release schedule right now to domains is the ability for Google Meet hosts (teachers typically) enhanced safety controls to manage who can share their screen and who can send chat messages within the meeting.
To find more more about this update, visit the official G Suite Updates Blog post by clicking here.
Looking forward to sharing how awesome G Suite for Education is for you – again!
Sorry for being away for so long. I’m doing my best to maintain this page with new and exciting things in G Suite for Education.
There’s a ton of new stuff, and some new tricks that I hope to show you as well.
Which brings me to this post.
I have been administering PA Day registrations for my school board for a while now using Google Forms. It was until recently that I came across a great video that helps manage the number of times Google Form respondents can select from a provided list of options – in my case, sessions.
I modified one important thing that JZ Prezzavento did; rather than update the options list with a ‘FULL’, I modified the formula so that the session is removed completely from the list! That way, people wouldn’t be able to choose an option with the title FULL, which respondents can technically do.