Add-ons for Forms, Creating digital stories with Google Apps, and more

This covers the links, resources, tips, and updates shared by our Google+ community members from October 27 until November 2, 2014.

Add-ons for Forms bring a little something extra to your

Just like with Docs and Sheets, you can now use add-ons for Forms to add handy new features to your surveys, like setting a survey end date, sending custom emails based on responses, storing lists of choices that you frequently add to questions, and more.

Free Downloadable Math Lesson

Posted by +Andy Peterson 
Creating digital stories with Google
+Sylvia Duckworth shares the steps on how to create a digital story with text, voice and music using only Google apps. 
Unlimited Drive storage to all Google Apps for Education users and free archiving with Google Vault will be coming later this year. h/t +Suan Yeo 
Google Open
Google Open Gallery provides powerful free tools for artists, museums, archives and galleries. It is a great way for artists, galleries and museums to share their content with the world. h/t +Samantha Vardanega 
Google+ Embedded Posts
If you’re a publisher or blogger who wants to insert a Google+ post (written by yourself or others) in one of your articles, you can use embedded posts. Signed-in Google+ visitors can +1, comment or follow the post author, all without leaving your site. 
You can now insert a button to start a Hangout in your Google Site. Shared via +Jay Atwood 
The Chrome address bar has always been a bit neglected but you can actually do a ton with it though. Here are some of the tricks you should know.
In addition to bug fixes, performance updates, and improved accessibility, you can now quickly get to any files that were shared with you by tapping on the “Incoming” tab in each app.
GAFE Admin
Great list of Google Apps technical resources for Admins from +Mitch Dowhower. Posted by +Dan Taylor 
Inbox by Gmail
For those who received an invite to try out the new app from the Gmail team, Inbox also comes with a free Chrome extension. Spotted by +Ralf Siegesmund 
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