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Tuesday, April 5, 2022

Using Branching Logic in Microsoft Forms to Provide Directions

Branching logic is a great feature in Microsoft Forms that can be used to direct people to specific questions or further information based on how they answer an initial question. I've used branching logic to differentiate quizzes that I've created. I've also used it to create self-guided help resources for students. In this new video I demonstrate how to use branching logic in Microsoft Forms to give information to parents based on how they answered an initial question. 


Learn more about how to use Microsoft Forms in the following videos and blog posts:

Free Webinar This Thursday!

This Thursday at 4pm ET/ 1pm PT Rushton Hurley and I will resume our Two EdTech Guys Take Questions webinar series. It's free and open to anyone who would like to join us. You can ask us questions live or send them in advance. Don't have any questions? That's okay, just come and find out what other teachers are wondering about. 

We'd love to have you join us! You can register for the session right here.

Do you want to see what this series is all about before registering? You can watch all of the previous Two EdTech Guys webinars on this Next Vista for Learning page