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Guest post: How Apps Script Makes Classroom Observation Quicker and Easier

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Just a quick note to highlight a guest post I’ve written for the Google Apps Developer Blog on How Apps Script Makes Classroom Observation Quicker and Easier. In this Google Apps Script example I show how a couple of lines of code can do some custom Google Form handling. In this case the scenario was:

Justin Marckel, the assistant principal at Cornatzer Elementary School in North Carolina, asked for help in modifying one of my existing Apps Script examples. Justin was recording teachers’ classroom activities using a Google Form, then manually copying and pasting data into separate spreadsheets for each teacher to review. Justin wanted to know whether there was a way for a Google Form to store the results in a master spreadsheet, then filter results to each teacher’s spreadsheet.

You can rad the full post here

PS Will Welch spotted that there will be new Google Apps Script/Google Forms functionality announced at Google I/O.

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