Add ability to transfer ownership of form to another person. Useful for when a person leaves the company or changes roles and form ownership needs to transfer to another person.1,219 votes
Thanks for your suggestion for Microsoft Forms. We are thinking about this. If you have detailed scenario or requirements for ownership transfer, please feel free to email email@example.com.
Really appreciate your input. :)
The form is great in terms of collecting responses. That said, if you need to view all the data at once, you need to open the form results in Excel. If you do that, it appears to open a separate result each time. There is no way to edit the results workbook. For example, I want to add a column to the results where I can keep track of whether or not I have contacted the person since they have filled out the form. If I add that column to the table, it will be gone when I next click "Open in Excel" to get the latest data. It would be great if it creates a connection to the workbook and is treated like a data source for the workbook.
The form is great in terms of collecting responses. That said, if you need to view all the data at once, you need to open the form results in Excel. If you do that, it appears to open a separate result each time. There is no way to edit the results workbook. For example, I want to add a column to the results where I can keep track of whether or not I have contacted the person since they have filled out the form. If I add that column to the table, it will be gone when I next click…947 votes
Hi Forms users,
Thanks for using Microsoft Forms and providing feedback.
We just enabled a new feature “Forms for Excel” for all Microsoft Forms customers. When you create Forms for Excel in your OneDrive for Business / modern SharePoint team sites, you will get an Excel workbook at the same time. All the responses data will show up in your Excel workbook in real time.
You could get more detail from – https://aka.ms/formsforexcel
Please be free to leave comments if you have any question.
Microsoft Forms Team
I am not sure if it possible currently or not. Is it possible to add Forms created as web part on SharePoint pages? If we can add the quiz created as web part on SharePoint pages, it would really be helpful.136 votes
Thanks for your suggestion!
SharePoint page support embed content. Currently you can copy the embed code of a form (click “Share” button, select “Embed” in “send and collect responses” section ) and past the code to SharePoint. The form will show as a web part on Sharepoint page.
We will continue thinking about improving the experience.
Once a response has been submitted, an option to "create your own form" is provided. Suggestion would be to remove this and only accept responses from this link vs. creating a new survey.56 votes
Dear Microsoft Form Users,
We would like to invite you to a further discussion about “Create my own form”.
It would be great if you can fill in the survey to share more feedback with us. https://aka.ms/createmyown
Add a Net Promotor Score question type with fixed question text "How likely would you be to recommend [insert text] to a friend or colleague?" and a rating range from 0 - 10. Display aggregated results as an NPS score (i.e. -100 to 100).
Dear Forms customers,
It would be great if you could share more feedback for the NPS question with us.
You could simply fill in the survey – https://aka.ms/formsNPS
Microsoft Forms Team
UserVoice pro tip #1:
Your customers are full of ideas, but people are more likely to contribute if they're not among the first. Add your own ideas now!5 votes
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