increase the limit to add questions in a form.
I need to enter 177 questions, but was cut off at 95. The option to add another question was greyed out. Is the question limit a local setting set by the organization, or in MS Forms itself? If in Forms, then the suggestion would be to address it, but if a local setting, then I can investigate that.
M.K. Hobson commented
Are you effing kidding me? 100 questions? What kind of rinky-dink dog and pony show is this? I am so annoyed.
i am converting a inspection form to this for my company and there are literally more than 100 questions. please increase the limit as it would help us to save paper thanks.
Greg Bito commented
100 questions max is not feasible for professional use.
MICROSOFT: PLEASE CREATE AN UPDATE TO MICROSOFT FORMS TO ALLOW FOR MORE QUESTIONS TO BE CREATED!!
I need a 2050 options dropdown list
I can’t get more than 32!!
Raise the limit please
It is very needed, after spending ine day of work I have reached question 100 and I still have many more. Now I will have to think how to divide it in two.
Rishi Birbal commented
Loosing alot of business with this limitation. Pro should allow about 1000 responses so it can be ...Professional. Pls can this limitation be lifted asap. What is the officially recommended work around for this limitation please ?
Need the limits of questions increased! 100 is not enough
Chantelle Faint commented
I limited to 24 questions as using multiple choice. After time spent to find out limited and could not finish and now have to use survey monkey. Not happy.
Stephen Doak commented
100 questions is not enough. I have used two likart scale questions and already I have met capacity with only 42 questions asked. I have two more questions to enter but both likart scale types so technically I need another 40 questions for two? This is terrible
I need to enter a question with 800 entries using a drop down choice
this limit currently prevents us from using forms professionally.
Otherwise, it would be a great solution for our buisiness.
Adam Thede commented
The 100-question limit seems rather arbitrary and low for a paid service. This is clearly a problem for many people and has been for some time. Please address the community on this issue at the very least. Thank you.
Haley Kelly commented
Please raise the question limit!!! We may end up using another service because of the limit. We require 125 question exams to match a legal exam our trainees must take.
uhhhh. Do you really need 177 questions? That seems a little over the top. Bloom's Taxonomy, anyone?
1. Please raise the question limit!
a. Currently using Google Forms to get around this limit, would rather use Microsoft Forms.
b. Until more questions Google keeps my business. ☹
c. Survey Money allows 5,000 questions!
2. More questions can be achieved if more functionality is added in branching:
a. Branch to another Form as well as within current Form.
b. Add Flow/Power Automate trigger/action functionality in Form branching function.
c. Based on selection, Form can link (branch) to a separate Form.
d. This can allow limitless questions.
e. This will help manage multiple Form sections.
f. This may be a better/easier way around the 100-question limit and surpass the 5,000 Survey Monkey limit. Microsoft Wins!!!
Was told to begin replacing Excel and InfoPath-based forms with MS Forms for our assessment questionnaires, and after hours invested I find out there's a limit to the number of questions. This seems arbitrary. Please fix. As I think some have noted, not all respondents will need to answer all 112 questions I have to place in the survey.
Nancee Chin commented
Enough with this limitation on questions and branching, when are you going to increase this to match big data analysis? I'm tired of this rework to find other solutions. I work in systems engineering and risk management, we need an immense amount of information to do our work and make it easy for the end user.
Meor Harith commented
Others create eForm, you want to create eForm.
Then people tell you about the limit and it's already 2 years.
Next month will be end of 2019, when can we fully utilize Microsoft Forms potential with all these limits?