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2009/09/28 - Google Forms, It's Logical

posted Sep 28, 2009, 11:50 AM by Rick Anderson   [ updated Sep 28, 2009, 12:01 PM ]
Google announced today there are two new additions to forms which make harnessing data collection through the web easy - page breaks and logic threads in forms.  What this means is that you can create a form with multiple pages and then apply form logic as to what page to display next based upon previous responses.  For example, a survey can ask a question with a response of good or bad - the path for a good response may be a thank you page while a bad response continues to ask for further response or an open answered text box for further comments.

Google has provided an example survey... fill out this feedback form or what's your favorite holiday.

More information is available from Google enterprise blog and the Google docs blog.