November is Clicks for a Cause Month! Check out how you can help a child in need below.
If you are a Google Apps for Education (GAFE) user, then you might want to check out the latest update to Forms called File Upload.
NOTE: This feature currently does not work on personal Google accounts.
How Does It Work?
Creating a Google Form File Upload Question
Create a new question in your Google Form and select the new File Upload feature. As you normally would for any question, provide instructions for users.
Send out your Google Form like you normally would. When users come to the File Upload question, they will be prompted to upload any file from their computer or Google Drive (from 1 MB to 10 GB).
Where Do The Files Go?
When someone uploads a file or image to your Google Form, a folder is automatically created in Google Drive. The folder has the same name as your Google Form. Inside of the folder, you will see another folder for each File Upload question that you created. All of your files and images are in the folder!
Although Google Classroom is a great workflow solution, Google Forms File Uploads has a lot of potential. This is a great way of quickly collecting files and images from users without needing to create a Google Classroom.
NOVEMBER IS CLICKS FOR A CAUSE MONTH!
Addison Jacobs was born on 1/13/15, one month prematurely with unknown underlying medical issues. At nine months old, she was diagnosed with Shwachman-Diamond syndrome (SDS), a rare autosomal recessive disorder characterized by exocrine pancreatic insufficiency, bone marrow dysfunction, leukemia predisposition, and skeletal abnormalities. Addison requires a lot of care with all of her complex medical issues. All of her medical necessities trips to Philly for her care and time off work creates an enormous financial strain on her family.
During the month of November, I need your help to make a difference for Addison and her family! Here is how!