How to Close a Google Form

When you want to stop receiving responses for a form, survey, or quiz, it’s a good idea to close it. This way, nobody else can complete or submit the form. You can stop taking responses and close a form manually on the fly or automatically based on something like the date. Using a Google Forms feature or an add-on, you can decide just when to close your form.

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How to Manage App Permissions on Android

Android permissions used to be a mess, but modern versions of Android have simplified them greatly. Now, you grant apps access to certain features as it needs them. You can also manually revoke permissions from any app. You don’t need to root, install a custom ROM, or switch to an iPhone to do this anymore.

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How to Save or Publish a Chart From Google Sheets

When you create a graph in Google Sheets, you may want to use it outside that one spreadsheet. You can easily save a chart or publish it to the web so you can use it elsewhere or share it. You may have a pie chart showing revenue increases, an organizational chart with your company structure, or a line chart displaying sales across locations. You can download the chart to share it via email or post it on social media. Or you can publish it to the web as an interactive chart or static image and then share the link.

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How to Reset Default Apps on Android

One of the best things about Android is the ability to choose “default” apps for certain things. For example, you can make it so tapping a Twitter link opens your preferred Twitter app. Android will ask what app you want to use the first time you perform an action that has a default app associated with it. The pop-up asks if you want to use the app “Just Once” or “Always,” which sets the app as the default from then on.

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