Google Forms adds "Grid question, Bi-directional text' and more features

Google added few new features to forms: •Grid question type allows you to label a few columns and create as many rows as you like to quickly gather responses for a group of similar questions in a new, compact grid format. •Improved results summary charts, with clearer formatting of statistics and better formatting of charts for each question type. […]

Google added few new features to forms: •Grid question type allows you to label a few columns and create as many rows as you like to quickly gather responses for a group of similar questions in a new, compact grid format. •Improved results summary charts, with clearer formatting of statistics and better formatting of charts for each question type. •Form editor now supports Bi-directional language; This means your text and questions’ll flip directionality, making it easier for RTL users to create and use forms.  •Google Apps customer, now able to automatically collect respondent's usernames, and require sign-in to view a form. •Developers can now integrate forms with their own applications, using pre-populated form with parameters. Simply append an entry string for each response field you'd like to pre-populate.