Tech Tip Tuesday: Google Forms Choice Eliminator

by Kristie Burk

Google Add-ons are a great way to improve the functionality of your apps.  Today, we’re going to look at one Google Add-on called Choice Eliminator for Google Forms.

Choice Eliminator allows you to limit the number of people who can select a particular choice. For example, if you’re hosting a Valentine’s party in your classroom, you can use Google Forms to create a sign-up for items you want parents to bring. Using the add-on, you can then limit the number of fruit items to “5” and the number of juice box sign-ups to “3.” Once the maximum number has been reached, the item will disappear from the sign-up list.

If you’re planning some professional development sessions, you can use Choice Eliminator to limit the number of workshop participants in each room. If you’re a principal and you’re scheduling meetings with your teachers, you can use Choice Eliminator to reserve time slots.

Teachers can use Choice Eliminator to create project sign-ups for students, to schedule groups, to plan meetings with parents, and more.

If you’re interested in seeing Choice Eliminator in action, watch the short video below.

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