Doc Appender: I hate you Doc-Appender. I spent around 30 minutes trying to configure and re-configure this App. It didn't work. The end.
Awesome Table: This was easy as pie. I downloaded the add on, connected the dots as I was shown in the demo video, and viola! It provided me a beautiful set of tables that broke down each of the answers I asked. This is a great way to review one's own tests. Are my tests too hard or too easy? Take a look at the charts and you will have a pretty good idea it seems like most students got most of the questions right or wrong.
Flubaroo: Love you Flubaroo! Once again, I followed the demo video, connected the add on to a pre-existing form/spreadsheet I had in my folder, and it provided me a nifty graph.
Form Notifications: This was another nifty and easy add on. I added it to a pre-existing form I had ("Animal Farm Test") and tested it myself. The first response (see below) didn't include my name or e-mail, which I would prefer to see so I could do a checklist while waiting for tests to be submitted. Knowing who submitted a form is key to knowing who should and shouldn't still be on their chromebook. I went back to the Add on to see if I could remedy this.
Form Notifications (Take 2): Form Notifications apparently does not have the option of showing me the names of who has submitted a form. I will be in touch with them to see if they can remedy this. Otherwise, I can't imagine using this one much for class quizzes.