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A timely question for Hour of Code week!  Here are some
tutorials<https://sites.google.com/site/thinkaboutcode/high-school-challenge>my
students made that would get at solving the problem.  You would want
to
be sure that you have a column in the sheet that keeps track when an e-mail
is sent, so it doesn't get sent repeatedly.  You can see that in action on
help desk app that Nick shared.


On Tue, Dec 10, 2013 at 2:31 PM, Drew Blanchard
<[log in to unmask]>wrote:

> Greetings!
>
> We have a Google Form, used by our tutors, to enter information about
> students' work and other relevant details when they provide extra help
> after school.  The spreadsheet side of the Form has been shared with the
> teachers, so they can see what their students have worked on - and also see
> comments/feedback from the tutors.  Many teachers have said they'd like to
> be automatically notified when information relevant to them has been
> entered via the Form.  Ideally, they'd like the text entered on the form to
> be included in this email (instead of a generic "information relevant to
> you has been entered on the tutoring Form").  This is out of my area of
> expertise.  Is there a way to accomplish this by creating a script of some
> sort?
>
> Thanks, eh!
>
> Drew
>
> --
> Drew Blanchard, MAT
> Technology Integration Specialist
> Winooski City Schools
> 70 Normand Street
> Winooski, VT 05404
> (802) 383-6073
>



-- 
Charlie MacFadyen
Technology Integration Specialist
Champlain Valley Union HS
Hinesburg, VT
(802) 482-7117