Using Google Forms for Homecoming Ballots (2 new Google Form Tips)

A couple of students came to me to get help on creating their ballot for homecoming court using Google Forms.  The way they have done it in the paste was too time consuming when they had to count up each paper ballot after getting them collected.  They wanted to have a way that was quick and easy for both the voter and the counters.  They had the problem of having over 200 names to put down for each question and did not want to type them out.  They also wanted to limit the number of people they could select.  Surprisingly enough, this was something that was very simple to do in Google Forms.  Copy and pasting the names from a spreadsheet into Forms took seconds while using the advanced options on the question allowed for more control over how many they picked.

 
Watch the video below to see how this is easily done.

 

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