To have options for creating folders in Forms.
I suggest Microsoft Forms team to think of an option to create folders and then create forms in it.
So that I can have all the forms related to one activity in one folder and also searching becomes easy.
Moreover, the dashboard looks clutter free.
Kindly give a thought.
Thanks all for your feedbacks and suggestions. As you may noticed, we’ve added two features to help you find target forms easier:
1. Search box. You can find a form by search the form name or form owner.
2.Form’s theme is shown in form card. If you are using different themes for different type of forms, it’s easier to find out forms by color.
Does the new feature help? Could you tell us more if the new feature doesn’t solve your problem?
Just give us the ability to create folders
I need to organiced the Forms into folders, by themes, or by months, or by years etc...
Be able to create a folder structure in the Forms Main Panel.
Rene Visco commented
How about using hashtag to classify the forms so when we type in a hashtag, the search results will come up with a specific hashtag assigned to forms?
I think it would be so much better to create folders to keep the completed forms in (or to move them to). It is very cluttered if you use a lot of forms, which I do.
Mateusz Smoczynski commented
We really need to create folders in forms, otherwise, it's quite useless for professional gathering of data.
Sævar Solheim commented
It would be very helpful if I could structure my forms in folders! Please consider this
Carlo Cabanlig commented
We need a way to organize the forms. Having folders can help.
We need the folder option to organize the forms
Matthew Cook commented
Files within folders is a basic organisational structure. While the search is good, I'll end up having over 300 forms in the one dashboard... this is not manageable. I need to be able to divide these between departments.... Our team operates across several disciplines, so different teams or SharePoint sites for different disciplines is not appropriate. A basic windows concept such as folders should be a priority. We want to be able to keep all our corporate data within our Office 365 tenancy if possible, but its small things like this that means we end up using multiple systems.
We need folders for organize forms. Please add this feature.
Roeline J commented
I would like the storage the way as Sway. With the possibility to see the options how many people has filled in the form or how long is takes to do this etc..
Brian Cook commented
Yes, there needs to be an option to create folders in Forms and unlimited forms as well.
First of all, search does not always replace structure. Some people need the structure in order to navigate a lot of forms. Google Forms does this by showing the Forms inside Google Drive, which might work. Just show a shortcut, like how OneNote is presented.
I'm baffled that I cannot put my surveys into folders? With many different departments within the company, and not able to use a folder feature to sort, lock from certain people, etc. I feel our company cannot use this platform. It's like it's not fully developed.
Alexander Thorød commented
Yes, folders for forms is very much needed and wanted!
Having folders is one of the best features of Microsoft products. Having them in Forms would be very beneficial.
The folder option is very important. Or at the very least, be able to list alphabetically.
Lisa Julian commented
The ability to create folders would make using and organizing forms better. I use forms often and just recently switched from Google forms to Microsoft Forms. I was able to organize forms under Google Forms and I believe it is the one feature the Microsoft Forms is missing.
Steve Crapnell commented
Not really when you are dealing with five classes in one teaching year. There is a definite need for a Folder > sub Folder structure to assist. MS are highlighting the positive features of Forms, and I agree, but could make it easier for teachers once they adopt forms into their workflow. I have a lot of forms, colour coded etc, but still is a pain to scroll and scroll....
If it is too difficult to create a folder option, it would be helpful to have options for the order in which forms/quizzes are displayed. Being able to organize alphabetically would allow for users to name Forms in such a way that they could be organized for easy access.