Google Drive has been my go to “tech tool” lately. It is the season of registrations and I have been having a lot of fun creating registration documents on google forms. I’ve had my google drive account for years and have occasionally used it here and there but for some reason it wasn’t until this last year or so that I have really gone gang busters with it.
Summer Camp Registration
Group Lesson Schedule
Video Lesson Requests
Recital Support Ad
Review Submissions (click to view entire form)
You can add images and video to your form, choose a color palette and customize it how you like. Another cool thing about using Google Forms is you can not only see the results in a graph but a spreadsheet which is how I prefer to view them.
In addition to Google Forms, through Google Drive you can upload files and share, use Google Docs (similar to Word), Google Sheets (spreadsheet), Google Slides, Google Drawings and Google My Maps (creating a custom map).
The best part? It’s free with your google account! Google Drive will give you a certain amount of free storage to work with. And parents do NOT need a google account in order to fill out the form. Just send them the link and they fill it out. Super easy!
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