Google for Education has announced six new features for Quizzes in Google Forms based on from feedback from teachers over the past two years. They are:
1. Quiz answer suggestions: Forms can now predict the correct answer as you type the question, as well as provide options for wrong answers.
2. Autocomplete answers: After you type one answer, Forms will now propose related answers.
3. Automatically grade checkbox and multiple choice grid questions: Now, in checkbox grid and multiple choice grid-style questions, you can denote correct answers in the answer key, and completed quizzes are automatically assigned points based on answers,
4. Give decimal grades: You can give partial credit in Google Forms. If an answer is partially correct, you can give a half or quarter point.
5. Improve understanding with YouTube video feedback: You can now give customized feedback to students by attaching a video from YouTube.
6. See the total number of points in a quiz: Teachers told Google they would like a way to quickly reference the total number of points in a quiz as they’re editing. Now, there’s a tally of points at the top of the quiz that updates as you create or edit questions.