Google has been putting in some very functional upgrades lately. If you are a Google Forms user, you've probably noticed quite a few. I really like Google Forms and think teachers will love it. I noticed a few new changes on the Send Forms button information lately.
I noticed that Google now provides a URL shortener on the Send Form window (fig. A). It automatically will shorten those extremely long URLs to one with the "goo.gl" address. This is great for people that are sharing the link without having to go somewhere else to find it - like posting your link on a website or email. Great way to get a group to use their own devices to take a survey or answer some questions. How about having students use their smartphones - YEA!
Also, Google has added a button that will give you the embed code (fig. B). This is awesome, so you can embed the survey right on your webpage. That way, the user doesn't have to leave the page they are on to go take a Form.
Besides the changes, you can still post your link on Google+, Twitter, or Facebook, or even email the people you want to take the Form.
Google Forms are an outstanding way to collect information from people and organize it in an easy way to analyze. Give them a try.