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  • 1. General info - Maybe it’s not very intuitive or easy to use the first time, but once you get started it gets easier. - It needs an account. - You create privately with it. Once you finish designing your survey, you get a link or a code to embed that you can share with whoever you like.
  • 2. Good points - There is a wide range of types of questions to choose from. - It can be either an anonymous survey which you can answer online, or you can send it by email to a particular student. - Really easy and quick to answer. - Nice and clear layout for results, you can choose different types of charts, graphs, tables...
  • 3. Bad points - It takes a while to get used to the interface and explore all possibilities.
  • 4. Use in class - It can be used with students of any level, it really depends on the difficulty of the questions. - It could be used for many activities, as a warmer for an activity or to conclude a unit. Teenagers always like giving their opinion.
  • 5. Important! - Think your questions carefully if you want to obtain relevant results.