Certify’em is one of my favorite Google Forms Add-ons. With Certify’em activated you can automatically issue certificates to students when they get a passing (or better) score on a quiz in Google Forms. You can see a demonstration of how it works right here.
This week the developer of Certify’em, Dave Abouav, added some advanced options to the Add-on. The Add-on now lets you issue certificates as PDFs or as images. More significantly, you can now automatically issue certificates to students even if they don’t have email addresses. In the advanced settings in Certify’em you will now see an option to issue certificates via Google Drive instead of via email. This is perfect for students who don’t have email addresses but do have Google Drive accounts through your school’s G Suite for Education account.