Microsoft Forms is an excellent though often overlooked Microsoft tool. Like its better known rival, Google Forms, Microsoft Forms can be used to make quizzes and surveys. Last night (a strange time for a feature announcement) Microsoft’s Forms Blog carried the announcement that Forms would soon have an email confirmation option for Form respondents. When enabled, this feature will allow respondents to receive an emailed copy of their responses to the questions in a survey or quiz created in Microsoft Forms.
If you’ve never tried Microsoft Forms, watch this video to learn how to get started.
There are a few more features in Microsoft Forms than what I demonstrated in the video above.
Those features are:
Likert responsesRanking responsesBranching logicForms can be included in Microsoft Teams for EDU assignments
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