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Allow Form to be added as web part

I am not sure if it possible currently or not. Is it possible to add Forms created as web part on SharePoint pages? If we can add the quiz created as web part on SharePoint pages, it would really be helpful.

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    Avni shared this idea  ·   ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    thinking about it  ·  ruoyingl responded  · 

    Thanks for your suggestion!

    SharePoint page support embed content. Currently you can copy the embed code of a form (click “Share” button, select “Embed” in “send and collect responses” section ) and past the code to SharePoint. The form will show as a web part on Sharepoint page.
    We will continue thinking about improving the experience.

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      • Tiffany commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I have embedded a form onto a page in SharePoint, but the iframe has a scroll bar. I've tried increasing the height of the iframe so that it will lose the scroll bar, but it appears there's a maximum height limit for iframes in SharePoint because it won't increase the height, and the scroll bar is still there. This is frustrating. A true integration between Forms and SharePoint would be better.

      • Bhairavi commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        it should allow to add termstore in the form and add this form as a webpart in sharepoint.

      • Loni French commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        It would be great if there is a way to actually interact with form in the embed without launching a new window. It appears as 'fill out the form' with a link to go to another tab.

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