Better inharts in tegration with PowerPoint, so you can conduct live surveys
Being able to ask a audience a question and let them use their mobile device to feedback is great, and you can do this with forms.... but its clunky and can easily for wrong this would make forms sooo much better
Office 365 Japan Support Team commented
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Microsoft Forms の Microsoft Teams で作成する投票について
Polling Forms made in Teams
Microsoft Teams で投票を作成した際に、Microsoft Teams のチャネルから作成者にて誰が投票済みか名前を確認する機能の追加を要望します。
Microsoft Teams 投票を作成すると、Microsoft Forms 側にも作成者の "自分のフォーム" にフォームが作成されるので、フォームからは誰が投票 (回答) したか確認できますが、Microsoft Forms に移動せずともチャネルから確認できることを希望します。
Add a feature where if a poll is created in Teams, the creator can check who has voted by name from the Teams channel.
If you create a poll in Teams, on the Forms side it is made in the creator’s “My Forms”, so you can check from the form there who has voted (responded), but we would like to be able to do this without switching over to Forms.
Jose O. commented
As most government agencies continue providing support to the public remotely by having meetings in Teams, it's really important to have Forms integrated with the Teams app.
We provide training with TEAMS and use PowerPoint. To improve the interaction we use Mentimeter. We would like to see that FORMS can be used in a simular way. So the participants use there phone to answer the current question and the trainer is able to show the results of the group in realtime. This without any switching from PowerPoint to the FORMS webpage and back. And for the participants it should be working without any switching.
Quick poll results should be invisible for the audience. Also the person posting the poll should be able to get individuals responses!
Aluri Brewer commented
After testing poll creation during a meeting, it appears only the presenter can create multiple polls, while the rest of the participants can only create one during the meeting. As an admin supporting the speaker in our meeting I found this odd. My speaker is speaking and managing the presentation, seems appropriate as the organizer and supporter of the meeting that I could create polls as the meeting progressed. This ability would not only save my speaker from having to do so but keep our audience from having to wait in awkward silence while our speaker took care of this task. I could have done the task much more seamlessly if the feature was available. Have we overlooked something?
I would like to pull a quiz into a meeting. Currently I can only do an on-the-fly poll. Some meetings consist of all out-of tenant participants and there is no option to open a quiz. This is a training scenario with participants from different companies - some use Teams, some do not.
this is important in a school context. When i have a class that i am are teaching and want to get responses from students, i want to make a poll, in the chat, that can be answered in the chat. if younger students have to switch to posts section to answer questions, they often struggle to get back to the main meeting.
I would love to get the forms Poll statistics/Answers in the attendence list. When you have polls in a Teams Meeting
I would be delighted if I could modify and delete real-time polls.
According to our agency IT SMEs, quick polls have not yet been enabled for GCC.
With so many of our meetings taking place in Teams, the ability to poll during meetings has been requested by several levels of management; several groups are advocating for changing meeting platforms in order to gain the functionality.
I checked the O365 Road Map for Forms, and could not find any evidence that this is in development for the GCC tenant. Please add it to your queue for consideration.
The "Preview" of a form for which submission has been disabled does not resemble the actual page seen be respondents, and instead renders a mixture of what would be seen if it weren't disabled, plus the custom submission-disabled message. This behavior is unpredictable, and either a warning should be given or the Preview should reliably represent the actual response page.
Instead of data collection recorded as correct or incorrect, it is tallied by how many of each answer you selected... resulting in a ranking of learning styles or tendencies - that could be displayed at the end of the assessment.
Felicite Angela Maria commented
Can make teaching material simulation in class
Why can't there be an option to chose if the polling question is anonymous or not?
For example during a Town Hall or staff meeting, as questions go out to the staff, there should be a way to answer questions anonymously since everyone is able to see the responses live in real time.
It will be good if we are able to view the quiz results directly on PowerPoint instead of having to click the link and open the browser.
Ability to create polls in Forms in advance, save then show when later on in the meeting.
Joe Susag commented
I'm very surprised you cannot add a description to the post when you post a Poll in MS Teams. Would also like to be able to ask more than one question in a poll.
I want to be able to post a Form in a Teams chat without requiring people to go to a browser or another app. But I want that form to have the same options as it would in the actual Forms app. Especially the option to make the poll anonymous.
Charlie Byham commented
You can already do this (kind of) by creating multiple forms on the Office 365 Forms site and then sharing them and creating neat hyperlinks in a word doc that you then just copy and pasting the links into the chat.
However, they are not as visible or as nice looking as the quick polls available within Teams Chat but the Chat polls are too limited with their options.
Jean Marie Sullivan commented
When posting polls in Team's chat, it would be nice to have the option to hide the results in the chat so that it doesn't sway the results.