Add access restriction instead of all organization users
Add option to access restriction to specific active directory security groups which can contains set of users.
This will improve on Microsoft Forms security aspects.
Linda L. commented
agreed. This way people can't forward the survey to someone else in the organization to vote in their favor. Restrict the form access to the division that requires to answer the survey/poll.
Amy W commented
This is a *strong* *requirement* in my organization and is preventing us from moving off of SharePoint 2010 on-prem (!) for simple things like elections where all that is required is a simple radio-button question and an end date.
David Stirling commented
It would be good to be able to put a time restraint where after a certain time (a set hour/day/month or period e.g. 5 days) the form is no longer visible.
agree. It would make sense to allow the user to limit who within the organization can reply when needed. You could have "groups" or "teams" you're a part of show up here to where you can select which ones you want to allow access too.
This is very important as we don't want anyone in the org to be able to respond but only the given group of people within it.
This is critical for some scenarios, e.g. voting, that the access is limited to only a specified group of people.
Not all cases are for all the employees. There are some forms that is for only within a certain group also to avoid passing the link to the other users to avoid spreading the survey content. We need to have a control on how put restriction on it.
The ability to limit who can create external (anonymous) surveys is important to ensure not everyone in our tenant can send out external surveys with the organization's resources
Michelle Foster commented
Agreed. It would be ideal to use directory security groups to control user access.