This blog is meant to facilitate educators as they transition to 21st Century Learning. The blog attempts to highlight apps, tips, and tricks that will help improve efficiency and effectiveness in classroom instruction.
Google Tip Of The Week: Creating A Custom Message in Google Forms
As teachers, many of us choose to use forms as a way to receive a student's assignment when it is due. Then, once the due date has been reached we choose the option to "no longer accept responses". If this option is used, Google sends a default message to the person attempting to complete the form that basically states the owner of the form is no longer accepting responses. This response is fine, but by adding a custom message you can communicate better with your students (and maybe their parents, as well). I see this feature as a real benefit, and it is super easy to do. Watch the tutorial below to see how you can make it work for your forms.