This article is part 2 of a series I started last week in helping teachers understand how to put Google Forms to work for you. In the first article, I discussed how to use choice eliminator to eliminate choices as they are used by each form respondent. This works great for meetings, groups, or registration for events that have a cap on enrollment.
In this video/article, I cover the use of Autocrat in merging your collected data with a Google Doc so that each participant can have a printed/digital copy of their registration entry. Autocrat can be used for many other things besides this. For instance, you may want to create merged docs for the creation of certificates (I use them to create Certificates of Attendance for Professional Development) or student information forms for clubs and organizations.
Watch this video to learn how to put Autocrat to work for you...
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