I am trying to make a Google Form and Autocrat it to Docs like we did in Literacy training. Well my problem is when I go to Add ons, it is not showing Autocrat, and I can not find it when I search for it. I guess my question is how do I get to it? Maybe I am spelling something wrong or searching in the wrong place.
I do love Autocrat! I think the sneaky snag here is that this teacher, like many before her, was searching for this Add-on in Forms, when in fact, it is a SHEETS feature!
Can you tell me whether it's possible to enter information in a Google Spreadsheet and format it so that the cell expands downwards as I keep entering text, rather than the text keeps entering beyond the visible right boundary of the cell? I love using Google Sheets for tracking and sharing student achievement data, and if I could just do this, they would become more useful/convenient to me.
OOOH! I'm happy to help with anything that makes people love Sheets even more!! The good news is that you can easily do that!
We did the Google Keep Scavenger Hunt you showed us, but our pictures for the list went to the camera roll. WOW - you made it look so easy yesterday! What did we miss?
OHH! This is one of my all-time favorite activities, and as you may already know, Google Keep is one of my all-time favorite tools! This awesome G-Suite (horrible name!!) feature is WAY more than just for notes! Differentiate groups, generate creative writing, make collaborative check-lists for projects, record audio notes to check for fluency . . . the list goes on and on! But my favorite has got to be photos because you can keep them all in one place, AND they won't hog up space on your device!
What does it mean when the student profiles on Chrome have a triangle with an exclamation point in them next to their picture?
This slightly threatenting symbol most likely indicates that a student is signed in to multiple devices and something is not syncing correctly.
Hi Ann, I can't seem to find a way to rotate my text box at an angle like I can with a regular Excel spreadsheet. Is there a way in Google Sheets to do this?
Oh Excel. You and your snooty diagonal ways. It looks like that is not a function that Sheets currently has available ( . . . seems like a perfect opportunity to send FEEDBACK!!). BUT there are a couple of work-arounds I discovered in reasearching this question.