Snip is an addon for Google Forms to help teachers turn printed worksheets into digital forms. With Snip, users can easily crop and save sections of their worksheets (such as instructions, questions, and answers) to their Google Drive. Users can then insert the cropped portions of the worksheet directly into questions and responses in Google Forms instead of having to type and recreate diagrams.
You can install it from the Chrome Web Store.
1 From your Google Form, open the Add-ons menu (puzzle piece)
2 Click Snip
3 Click Snip Images
4 Click Select Image
5 Select an image of your worksheet from your Google Drive (or upload a new one)
6 Click Select
7 Move and resize the box to cover a portion of the worksheet you'd like to "snip" into its own image (e.g. a diagram to display with the question)
8 Choose whether this "snip" is informational or tied to a specific question. This is used to name the "snipped" image in a useful way when it is saved to your Drive.
9 If it's a question or answer, specify the question number by typing or using the +/- buttons
10 If it's an answer option, check "This is an answer"
11 Click Save to Drive
12 Move the box and repeat as many times as you need to in order to "snip" all of your images
13 Make sure all of your images save to your Drive
14 Click Close
15 Click Add question (or select an existing question)
Click Add inline image
For multiple choice questions, you can also add images to choice options.
17 Click Google Drive
18 Navigate to the Snip folder in your drive
Navigate to the folder that corresponds with the current form.
Depending on your form, it may list the title of the form or the date the form was created.
20 Click the "snipped" image you'd like to use
21 Click Select
22 If necessary, you can resize the image
23 Add any additional information to your question
Here's an interactive tutorial for the visual learners
Click on a screenshot to enlarge it.
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