Has anyone found a working add-on to eliminate choices from a Google form once it has reached a certain number limit?

I have used Choice Eliminator for single items. However, I would like the choice to be eliminated after 20 or 30 selections. I've tested Choice Eliminator 2 and it does not seem to be working.

Other ideas?

Has anyone used an electronic signature within a Google doc (not a pdf)?

We have a teacher who would like to have students "sign" a document after conferencing. As a workaround, I suggested having the student insert a comment with student initials. My guess is that something more official would be preferred.

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Episode 20 of the GSFE Admins Podcast is available.

Wow, what a show. Cyrus Mistry, Group Product Manager of Platforms & Ecosystems at Google, stopped by. He discussed what it takes to get feature changes implemented, and how hardware changes occur. Plus he shared thoughts about where the platform is going.

This is definitely one of our favorite podcasts to date.

Google Play https://play.google.com/music/listen?authuser#/ps/ I4v4q7yk5i45smzbbpkgmhgxbla
iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/gafe-admins/id1083103900?mt=2
Podbean http://llennon.podbean.com/
YouTube: https://youtu.be/5K8metXNuTI

Great to learn new Googly stuff from other educators at the Midwest Google Summit!

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The schedule has been posted for the Midwest Google Summit. You can find it here: https://sites.google.com/cesa5.org/mwgs/schedule Looking forward to this event, anyone going? (P.S. there is still room to register if you haven't already)

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Dear teachers:

At the University of Barcelona we are interested in knowing some questions related to your teaching work related to digital interactive notebooks.
Therefore, please read a short questionnaire that you can answer in less than 5 minutes.
To participate, simply click on the following link:


Thank you very much for your cooperation.

Betsabé Canals Fernández
Research Coordinator
January 2018

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Want to learn how to effectively use Google Classroom... for FREE ?

We are offering another in our series of free courses.

This course starts you on a path of learning how to harness the power of Google Classroom. Google Classroom's purpose is to facilitate paperless communication between teachers and students and streamline educational workflow.Classroom allows teachers to create classes, post assignments, organize folders, and view work in real-time.

In this course you will learn how to get your Google Classroom started, how to assign work and give feedback to students, and tips on how to leveragae Google Classroom for success

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The LaCrosse Center in LaCrosse, WI will be the site of the Wisconsin Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) State Leadership Conference April 9 and April 10.

Over 2,300 high school students from across Wisconsin will be converging to compete to see who is Wisconsin's finest in their respective competitive events. With over 60 competitive events, 200 volunteer judges are needed to administer the performances...and this is where YOU come into play.

On behalf of the Wisconsin FBLA State Planning Team, I am inviting you or someone you know to consider volunteering to be a judge at this conference. College students are eligible to judge if in year 3 of college or more...less than year 3....we will take them as timer volunteers!

Judge Volunteers will be needed on:

Monday, April 9
-----Preliminaries Round 1: 11:30 a.m. to 4:00 pm.
-----Preliminaries Round 2: 4:30 p.m. to 9:15 p.m.
Tuesday, April 10
-----Finals Round: 7:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Please message me below or email me at imhoffj@portage.k12.wi.us with the names and email addresses of people who might be interested and I will send them more detailed information.

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GREETINGS Southwest Wisconsin. I'm at SLATE today just amazed at the collaborative spirit of Wisconsin educators. What an amazing conference.
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