Microsoft Forms - 5 things you may not know you can do in Forms

Posted on:  02/21/2021
Microsoft Forms - 5 things you may not know you can do in Forms

With Microsoft Forms, you can easily create surveys and polls to collect customer feedback, measure employee satisfaction, and organize team events. You can print a blank form, shuffle questions, allow receipt of responses, add a logo to your Form, and use Forms in Teams. 

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Print a Blank Form

  1. Click More Form Settings (the three dots)
  2. Click Print Form
  3. The user can print to a printer or print a PDF file

This works in Microsoft 365 Family, 

Shuffle Questions

  1. Click More Form Settings
  2. Select Setting
  3. Check Shuffle questions
    Note: You can lock specific questions

Shuffle questions only works in a Microsoft Business Account

 

Response receipts

  1. Click More Form Settings
  2. Select Setting
  3. Check Allow receipt of responses after submission under Response receipts
    The person filling out the Form see a check box, Send me an email receipt of my responses. They can also Print or get a PDF of their answers.

Add a logo to the header of the Forms

  1. On the Form, click Insert Image
  2. You can do either an Image Search, look in OneDrive, or Upload from your computer.

Teams and Forms - Add a Form to a Channel

  1. Click a channel in Teams In the Post conversation tab
  2. Click Forms
     
  3. Fill out the Form and it will show on the Channel

Only True/False and Multiple Choice answers are available in Forms in Teams

Screenshot below is a Form added to a Teams channel.

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