Forms

Forms – You can allow responders to edit their response and receive a copy of their response

Microsoft Forms has been updated to allow responders to edit their response and also receive a copy of their response. To allow responders to edit their response an Office 365 administrator must turn on the Allow responders to edit their responses setting from the Office 365 administration portal (https://admin.microsoft.com/). To so access the Settings\Org settings

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Forms – You can now easily present results

As you know, with Office 365 you have access to Microsoft Forms for creating surveys and gather answers. Until now, the answers were only accessible from the corresponding Forms responses page or by exporting through Excel. It was not easy to present the results as the responses page includes additional details (such as time to

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Forms – You can now add background music to your Forms

By now, you probably already know Microsoft Forms, the form./quiz feature from Office 365. Since its introduction, Forms has evolved to provide more capabilities, including more customization options. Well, you can now also add background music to entertain users when filling up your form. To do so, just create or edit a Forms (https://forms.office.com/) and

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Forms – Quite a few improvements now available

Microsoft Forms, the Office 365 survey/quiz capability, just got few improvements. Create Forms using templates You can now create new forms based on ‘professional’ template matching usual business cases (satisfaction survey, volunteer registration, product evaluation or well-being pulse among 20 different template categories). The templates are available straight from the Forms home page (https://forms.office.com/) Create

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Forms – You can now collect Forms response by sending invitation

If you use Office 365, you are probably aware about the Microsoft Forms feature which allows you to create quiz or surveys. Well, until now when you wanted to collect responses you had to either copy the link and manually share it, send an email, use a QR code or embedded the link on a

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Forms – You can now add estimated time to complete

As you know Microsoft Forms, this is the solution to setup survey, questionnaire or quiz provided through Office 365. Well, you can now show to responders an estimated time to complete the Form. The option to display an estimated time will come after you have created and shared the forms and you have some answers

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Outlook – You can now create quick pool with outlook (preview)

By now you may already know Microsoft Forms and Microsoft Forms Pro, the survey/pool service from Office 365. Well, you can now create quick pool (using Forms) directly from Outlook. This feature is only available for Office Pro Plus (2007 Build 13029.20236 or later), running on Windows 10 2004 Build 12730.20000 or later; this is

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Forms – You can now a stop survey setting and display a progress bar

If you don’t yet, Microsoft Forms is an Office 365 services allowing you to setup surveys, quiz or questionnaire quickly and easily. You can access Forms using the https://forms.office.com/ URL. These new options (define a stop survey setting [either end date, maximum responses or  number of days] and display a progress bar) are available for

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