A Label or additional description which is not a question
additional descriptive text field which is not a question
Devon Pratser commented
As a teacher, I need to be able to post images and word banks as options for forms that don't require a response so my students can use it as a reference for following questions. Google Forms has so many features that are needed in Microsoft Forms. I would be using it instead if I was allowed by my district. I'm beyond frustrated.
Stephen Kowalski commented
Labels, stand alone text, and dividing graphics are required.
In the meantime, here is a work around I've been using that is okay:
• Add a "Choice" question.
• Toggle "On" Multiple answers
• Delete *all* choices
• Toggle "Off" Required
Now you can freely add a title and subtitle with no confusing data entry items for users. This works best if you toggle off "Show question numbers" (An option in Forms Pro).
Len Smith commented
I agree that this is a need. One use case for me is that I'd like to drop in a static text field so that I could add a footer to the end of a survey where I can make a note of the version of the template and perhaps the date it was published.
Not sure if this idea is already added somewhere else in the User Voice. But I miss the option to add a text field for those filling in my Forms to thank them for submitting their answers and to add some more text with for example the next steps.
If added, a rich text field is ofcourse the best!