ability to e-mail user's responses back them
ability to e-mail user's responses back them, of course the user has to put the e-mail as on of the questions. Also a way to put this at the end of form. "A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided." MICROSOFT FORMS MUST be better than Google forms/surveys! Google forms has that option. See example.
Dear Forms customers,
Our new feature response confirmation email is on Prod. We invite you to try it out and take a minute to fill out this form to share your feedback.
Thank you for your time!
Microsoft Forms Team
Joe S. commented
This is incredibly important for responders because they will have an email record of their submission in case they need to follow up later.
This is a big differentiator between MS and Google Forms.
Cuando una persona responde a tu cuestionario a través de Forms, que la aplicación se capaz de enviar un mensaje automático de vuelta. Por ejemplo, de agradecimiento por haber contestado a la encuesta. Que este mensaje sea modulable por la persona que crea la encuesta.
This would save me so much time. I think I spend 45 minutes printing the pdf version of the form and another 45 minutes emailing it back to the 40 people in my office who requested a copy.
I agree Google forms can do this. Step up Microsoft!
This is important, and is why Google forms is still used in some cases.
I'm surprised it's not already an option. Fix it quickly thanks!
At the completion of a form, allow for emailing the form questions and responses to an email address. This could allow for easy intake into a ticketing system rather than building forms inside the ticketing system itself.
I think this would be an excellent addition to forms - I used it for an invitation last year and my biggest problem was that people couldn't remember if they had responded or not - it would be good to get an acknowledgement email for record.
Without the ability to do this, Microsoft Forms does not work for our needs. My IT department and I have both been unable to create a flow to perform this necessary function as well.
Ana Ogier commented
We would like to be able to send an email to the sender of the form acknowledging that we have receive their form.
The same as google form or webinars software
David Brotherton commented
We would love for the submitter to be emailed a copy of the form or some kind of confirmation it has been received.
Ditto on being able to edit and resubmit responses!
Erin Corrigan commented
We put out a new form 6-8 times per year, and no two are alike; therefore each form's email setup is different, too. We're getting complaints about the difficulty to create the emails in Flow (for one, why are the questions in alphabetical order?) AND about reading the emails generated because the formatting is so difficult.
If anyone has a workaround that would work for any form, please, please post!
The user needs to have a copy of what they submitted. Not just the responses. If this exact thing can be done simply in Flow, please post instructions.
I've pretty Office and 365 savvy and I cannot figure out how to get an automated printout of this form through Microsoft Flow.
Regarding @Erin's comment, how on earth do I format the questions so that they show up?
Do I have to create an action step for each answer to the form?
All-in-all it would be REALLY helpful to be able to more easily get the person's responses, for record keeping for the creator of the form and entrant of the form.
Erin Corrigan commented
Please please please! It's WAY too complicated in Flows, especially for long forms -- you have to manually add every response variable (and they're not even in the same order in which they appear on the forms!) AND you have to retype every question into the body of the email.
Please! Add this option.
Rory Neary commented
Hi, I would suggest that you request their email and use flow to send an email back to them.
Why not set this up in Microsoft Flow
Shawn Line commented
This is especially important in the way i'm using them becuase it want them to see their responses and be able to tchek them