Allow the ability to create page breaks in the form to enhance the branching feature.
Add a page break feature so that you can separate questions in a longer survey. This will also enhance the branching feature by allowing questions to "jump" to a defined page.
I hope the “section” feature could help solve this request.
You could get more detail from – https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Microsoft-Forms-Blog/Section-is-available-in-Microsoft-Forms/ba-p/566202
Branching at the end of a section does not allow you to go back to a previous section; instead the only 'submit' button appears to truncate the form's completion. Why is it possible to select an earlier section to branch back to, when this functionality does not work as expected?
This is really a basic feature. It's got to be on a roadmap somewhere.
Marcin Rachwalski commented
I had to use excel instead - I want to make a questions related to the first choice of a project that somebody is involved.
Yes, very need for many questions survey.
F. Baheranwala commented
Yes please - being able to create separate pages with titles and sub-titles with instructions for the respondent are a necessary part of the survey. Please include this functionality!
This is definitely a necessary option. I've just made over half a survey before realising that I can't create pages and now I'm going to have to make it in another package.
To allow this ability would be very helpful.
This would be a very helpful feature.
Greg Scheelar commented
Has anyone found a way to do this? I am new to forms and would like to have this relatively basic function. When branching, I would rather not have people see the questions they are missing. By creating separate pages and having the ability to branch either to or away from the page, it makes the user experience far more smooth.
Doug Balson commented
this is basic feature of most other products I use and would be appreciated in this product. Other products allow me to hide pages based on skip logic. For example, a set of questions for men can be skipped over if the respondent is female.
Just to kind of piggy back off of this, being able to "enable" or "disable" questions based on a question that allows multiple choices for answers. For example A user checks they was apples, oranges, and grapes. I then want 3 questions to become "enabled" to ask how many
Yes! Being able to create a PAGE and giving the branch the option to jump to the PAGE rather than a question. Without this, you can only jump to a specific question, which then sends you to the question after that even if you don't want it to. I do not see a way around this other than not using MS Forms.
Being able to insert logical page breaks would be a great addition to provide more structure. As commented elsewhere, with more than 10 questions, the single form approach is cumbersome.
With each logical page it would be great to have a Page Header (or Page level sub title) as well as a Footer.
For bonus points ... some method to navigate forward/back by page (forward only if mandatory q's answered, back at any time).
An overall form Footer would also enhance the experience; allowing you to add things like thanks, links to more information etc. Consider a typical report type structure;
Form sub title
Page 1 header
Page 1 sub title
.. Question n
Page 1 footer
Page x header
Question n + 1
Page x footer
Ifmyou have a lot of questions, the form is too long and not user friendly
Sebastian Stieglbauer commented
Being able to create multiple sites in each form would be perfect (this also includes the possibility of creating subtitles). With this feature a more extensive use of forms is possible and use cases - espacially in the business sectors - would multiply clearly.
I'm looking forward to seeing this Feature implemented, hopefully in 2017 ...
Go to section based on choice on another question.
The ability to create page breaks for whatever reason would be great. Good idea.