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    Hi Forms users,

    Thanks for using Microsoft Forms and providing feedback.

    We just enabled a new feature “Forms for Excel” for all Microsoft Forms customers. When you create Forms for Excel in your OneDrive for Business / modern SharePoint team sites, you will get an Excel workbook at the same time. All the responses data will show up in your Excel workbook in real time.

    You could get more detail from – https://aka.ms/formsforexcel

    Please be free to leave comments if you have any question.

    Regards,
    Microsoft Forms Team

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    Rick Hyne commented  · 

    I am in Teams.

    I create an employment application form.

    The excel book is stored on SharePoint under the Teams channel.

    I don't want to destroy the data in that book, so I create another book and pull from the first book.

    All is good as I can refresh the second book. I can pull subset data and put it in a separate sheet.

    Problems:

    On the first book the questions were part of the header row. Now they are gone and the header is named column 1, column 2.

    When reviewing the entries from the form and selecting delete entry, it does not delete from the excel book. .

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    Rick Hyne commented  · 

    Using the features of Forms Pro as a first stage of an interview process. I tried to map fields to a word document, but no headings and the output excel file came in damaged.

    Perhaps a box on each element asking if it should be exported to an excel sheet where we can then build our own reports.

    Thanks

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    Dear Forms customers,

    Thanks for your patience for the long wait on file upload.

    File upload v1 – for internal survey, has been enabled on full production. It would be great if you could provide feedback for us. This survey may take you about 3 minutes to finish.
    https://aka.ms/fileuploadfeedback

    We are working with SharePoint team to enable file upload v2 – for external survey, we will reach out your soon for more feedback.

    Thank you for your time!
    Microsoft Forms Team

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