Allow an O365 Group to be the owner of a Form
I have an Office 365 Group that requested a Form and I had one of the members create the form and give the other members the "share to collaborate" link.
The issue is that this is a group with revolving members and the current Form owner will be leaving the group to be replaced with another.
CURRENT WORK AROUND: Create a service account that will be used for scenarios like this, create the Form under this account, and share the "share to collaborate" link with the group.
Now, you can easily create Office 365 group forms directly in the Forms portal.
You could get more detail from – https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Microsoft-Forms-Blog/Office-365-group-in-Microsoft-Forms/ba-p/200371
Is this available through the Teams application - adding Form that belongs to Team Group?
It is important.
Also I need to create group's form in Microsoft Forms top page.
Currently, I move to Teams or SharePoint online to create group owner form.
Paul Choquette commented
It can be done as shown here with Forms for Excel. The Group is the owner of the Form and you can still invite separate contributors who aren't a member of the Group to work on the Form without inviting them to the Group itself. https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Microsoft-Forms-Blog/Forms-for-Excel-new-experience-for-Excel-survey-in-Office-365/ba-p/109195
Judi Stewart commented
In the present state, if I create a form under my personal group and then want to publish it to another group, I must completely rebuild it in the new group.
It would be useful to be able to create a draft form in one group and publish or copy it to another group for production use.
Sarah Werner commented
Agree, my team will be developing resources, but they will be administered by another team (and the back end data). I'd like for the group to be able to 'own' the form somehow and administer access to course attendees etc. Linking to Teams would be useful also so that course facilitator could do this. As well as being able to set up automation using Flow (something I've had very little experience with).
We would like the form owner to be a group alias rather than one individual alias. It's okay to have individual aliases for the form responses, but we don't want one person's contact info/alias to show on the form.
sandra lawler commented
Allow group in forms without using o365 which is still owner dependent. So if you copy a form to my forms and the creator of the form makes a change it updates own copy
It is in fact possible to create a Form through Forms for Excel within a Groups Documentlibrary
Every Library or list should be able to build a form and save in that default location.
I have to send the same form out monthly, to the same group of people. This would be really helpful.
add group for forms