I've mentioned before that I subscribe to Richard Byrne's blog Free Tech for Teachers. I recommend you follow it as well, particularly if you use Google Classroom, as there are lots of posts and useful information about that. This morning Richard has written a post about an online quiz generator called Doozy.
You can use Doozy to build quizzes that require students to type in their answer, or multiple choice quizzes.
I've had a go at making a quiz where you have to type the answers in. It's all about regular -AR verbs in Spanish, and you can try it out by clicking here.
You don't have to create an account to use Doozy, so if you create content you'll have to think of a way of keeping a record of the links for the quizzes you've made.
You can play by yourself, or send the link to friends and play along with them, or you can be the quizmaster - this generates a quiz in a similar way to Kahoot that can be played by a group of people at the same time. The quizzes can also be played over Zoom, Google Hangouts, Messenger and Houseparty - Doozy is a new application which has been developed since the beginning of lockdown.
I haven't yet had the opportunity to play as a team or against others, but if you challenge yourself, you answer the questions and then at the end you have to mark your own answers. In the language learning context this provides useful feedback to the student.
Doozy provides a useful and different alternative to other online activity generators, such as educandy, which have been widely used during this period of home learning.
Have a go and see what you think.