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?
Louise Benn commented
Enable users to put forms into folders to categorise them
create an archive folder for folders yo may need to look back on in a year's time
Philip Worrell commented
Better idea is instead of folders is to have categories or tagging on forms. it is a similar idea but gets away from locking things in traditional folders.
Jesus Morales commented
This added feature is good, but what we really need is the ability to organize our forms so that the dashboard is not so cluttered. You can allow the creation inside of Forms, or you can send it to SharePoint/OneDrive like OneNote notebooks. We need a folder system.
The themes feature is nice for visually color coding, but folders would be infinitely better! Even if the folders aren't in OneDrive, if you could just organize your forms within the Forms app, that would be great.
I suggest you create a way to organize or group quizzes in a folder.
Martin Côté commented
No this doesn't really help, we need a complet organisation tool. Why not simply allow the creation of forms inside OneDrive?
John Mathieson commented
Give is folders for forms! History, English, Math, Grades, If i have 4 subjects and 3 class levels then finding all of these forms for quizzes are difficult.
We want this capability too.
We would like to have a folder per department and then be able to set and assign permissions at the folder level by creating a form in that folder - for example we could have 5 people with 'collaborate' permissions on a folder and any form created in that folder is automatically considered a collaboration between those people.
hamish e budge commented
A start but doesn't quite go far enough for continued educational use. A color might be unit 2 one day but who knows what the next in a busy educational environment.
Reed Stough commented
The main interface is very disorganized if you have many forms created.
It would very helpful to be able to organize forms into folders or categories so I don't have to see a huge list when you access the main interface.
Sorry would still be easier to have separate folders for subjects. I am a secondary teacher and teach 5 discrete subjects at 3 different levels. It would it easier if i could have folders for each of these subjects and then at each level. This would aid differentiation and make it easier for planning lessons.
The new feature doesn't help as it doesn't meet the request. The key thing is to allow the creation of Folders to organise Forms. As Forms become more popular, this becomes more of a pressing necessity.
Lorsque l'on crée plusieurs formulaires, pour plusieurs sujets, ce serait bien de pouvoir les classer dans des dossiers.
Can you sort all the forms by their title? Can you sort all the forms by their color? These features would make Forms a lot easier to work with.
R Collins commented
I use forms for my classes and i teach, ICT, Computer Science and Maths.The forms interface gets cluttered very quickly and it is difficult to find specific forms easily. Folders would be good.
It´s possible to organize , in folders (different classroom folders) different forms?
I use forms to give quizes and assignments in my art classes. I have found that forms can get cluttered quickly if you have lots of them. It would be nice to be able to organize forms into folders, groups, or classes to reduce clutter. This could be associated with OneNote or just within forms itself.
Eric Abla commented
Increase the organizational options for someone who is managing multiple forms for multiple different classes.