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    It's just not a reality that every child has a device in the classroom nor can be guaranteed to have access to a device with connectivity at home. If you have a class with 25 children and you know that a purely online task is not achievable for all 25 then you can't, in good conscience, set that task to the exclusion of the few that can't complete it. Printing the empty Form gives teachers a way of combating this important issue. It is also a means of otherwise collaborating on the content of quizzes, surveys etc with colleagues and parents in traditional pen/paper meetings. Stakeholders can also use a printed copy to make pen/ink comments on changes that they would propose rather than those that they can just edit straight into the Form. Personally, I'd rather opt to embed the Form in a shared OneNote for this last use case but the reality is that physically printing works better for more people and avoids the complication of external sharing for collaboration. Printing seems such a simple capability that it would be taken for granted.
    BTW - As a related issue, please allow a 'work offline' option and/or a 'save progress' option. This is required for lengthier quizzes or surveys that users won't be able to complete in a single connected session.

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    Echoing thoughts of other contributors. I'm amazed when I see video embed options in O365 that neglect the many video source from within O365 itself. It's kind of self-sabotage by Microsoft. Our tenant with 000s of teachers is a huge creator of video content that is not suitable for sharing via YouTube. It devalues both the content itself and the other tools like Forms and Assignments within Teams when you can't use your own video content but you can use material on a single public facing competitor-run platform.

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