Google forms enhanced
In a blog post last week, the 900-pound gorilla announced several improvements to Google Forms. For one thing, you can now “shuffle” the order of questions on a survey. There is also a new option to limit users to one response. They have to log into Google, but their account info is not saved with the survey. Finally, a short URL is offered when you’re ready to share the survey.
I must have missed this in early September, but Google now also lets you customize the look of your forms. You can change fonts, colors, backgrounds, and more. Look for the “change theme” button on the toolbar.