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Using Wordle with a Google Form

Here’s a fun tip for you:

If you want to take a poll and then display the results in Wordle, try this:

1. Create your multiple choice form in Google. Here is an example of a form I’m creating for an upcoming presentation. Note the tilde (~) in between words. That’s so Wordle will keep the words together in the final product.

 

2. Once you’ve distributed the form, highlight the column with the selections. Copy that to your clipboard.

3. Paste the clipboard contents into Wordle. Wordle will thoughtfully ignore the commas, and since you used tildes to keep multiple-word entries together, it’ll keep those puppies intact. Like this:


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October 21, 2011 - Posted by | Technology, Wordle | , ,

1 Comment »

  1. Never thought about combining wordle with google forms! Nice!

    Comment by Aditi Rao | October 22, 2011 | Reply


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