It would be great to have a progress bar
It would be really nice to have a built in progress bar so people could see how much of a survey they have left
Dear Forms customers,
Thanks for your patience on waiting the progress bar of Forms. We have started to working on this feature. To better understand your requirements on progress bar, would you mind share your expectation by filling the following survey? It may take you about 2 minutes to finish.
Thank you very much.
Microsoft Forms Team
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Yes i agree with you that have a progress bar is really helpful.I have read the survey, find it very informative.I am waiting for more relevant content.
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This feature is already available in the Voice of Customer app which Forms Pro is apparently replacing in 2020, it is a great feature to have in Forms Pro as well.
Progress bars are shown to decrease response rates in survey research so it may not be the wisest idea.
Plus they prove difficult if branching results in an individual receiving fewer or greater questions.
Debra Currie commented
This is important for quizzes, along with save and come back later. Thank you
That's a great idea!
I am developing a longer form that incorporates branching. At first glance the user will not know how long the form will take to complete unless I put an estimation in the description. It would be helpful for there to be a progress bar or percentage for these kinds of forms.
Mike Drevline commented
Ability to break down each section in to tabs, with a percentage of overall completion based on the number of questions.
Margaret Pinchen commented
For longer forms and surveys provide a way to progress bar so the user can see how much of the form is left to complete.
Kymberli Johnson commented
When creating a survey, the questions seem to go on and on because branching doesn't show all the questions. I think a "progress meter" would help.