We want to use Microsoft Forms but don't want to create multiple forms for all spoken languages inside our company. We like to see a function which enables for multiple languages inside one form.
I guess the best fix around this is to use the browsers translation tool to translate the form by right mouse clicking on the form and hitting translate ... It's a shame that this is not part of the free Microsoft Forms App...it's a no-brainer. This is why I prefer Google forms over Microsoft forms, Microsoft has so many stipulations !!!
Victoria Prince commented
This would be great for the free versions. I am an educator and have students who do not speak English in my virtual classroom. I would love to make my assignments more accessible for them in the free version of Microsoft Forms.
Forms settings accept multi-language; However, quiz Form setting does not offer that option, Why?
this is available in the paid version ie. Forms Pro. Hope MS would make it free in future
Multilingual MS forms/quiz will be very much useful for organizations has team in different geographies.
This change would be a game changer feature. Forms in multicultural environments would take a huge portion of the actual market share owned by S.Monkey and competitors.Chop Chop Microsoft!!!
Martin Schmidt commented
How is this not relevant? I'm very surprised that it doesn't have more votes. Especially if you consider its use in the corporate world. The problem with using an external translator like Microsoft's is that users creating the forms look for speed of delivery. If they have to think about how to implement a survey, they will use a Word document if they have too. Simplicity of use is key
Thomas Young Olesen commented
It would be great if MS Forms could support translations of the questions.
SurveyMonkey does this via .PO files (https://help.surveymonkey.com/articles/en_US/kb/Multilingual-Surveys) though it is not a very easy way to manage translations manually.
Maybe MS Forms could satisfy this function much better.
Erik Olsson commented
This is a great idea. Microsoft Translator might help?