Similar to the widget in GoogleDocs, I would like to see a question eliminator. For example, if I send out a survey for flu shots and give a specific number of time slots, the time option should disappear once they are full. (i.e. only 3 people can sign up for a 9am slot - the 9 am slot disappears from the survey once 3 people have signed up)
Yes, I might have to switch back to Google forms for this specific form so that I can use this feature.
Klaas Jan commented
Exactly, We regularly invite people to 'events' (i.e. client panels, office gatherings), usually divided over multiple locations. Each event can house a limited number of attendees. It would be nice to be able to automatically hide a response option when that option (an event) has been fully booked bij respondees. So there can be no overbooking.
Example: respondent x is de 20th person who has chosen for event B. As event B can have no more than 20 people, the next respondent shouldn't get 'event B' as an option on his form.
This could be realised when the form administrator can (optionally) set an 'hide option after [x] received-number' behind every option.
Laura Chambers commented
It would be great if you could specify the amount of options a user can respond with. Like if I ask what are your top 3 favourite colours, you could only select a maximum of 3 colours from the available list.
For the multiple choices option, it would be nice if you could set a restriction on the number of times a particular option can be chosen. This is specifically useful if using forms to get a potluck together (for instance) and want to limit the number of people choosing to bring dessert.