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Exploring Microsoft Forms

Introduction:

In this blog, I will be attempting to explore Microsoft Forms completely.

Pre-requisites:

Microsoft Office 365
Microsoft Forms

Demonstration:

1. Navigating to Microsoft Forms Pro:
Go tohttps://portal.office.com and click on Forms in the Listed Apps

2. Template:

List of Templates to Create a Form
Templates are a ready-made format for the forms. You can make additions or deletions as per your requirement.

3. Creation of New Form:
Creation of Forms includes making a form with the respective title, description, theme, and a logo.
Create a Form

Adding questions to Microsoft Forms:
Adding questions can be of different types. It can also include all the validations, making questions mandatory and set-up a subtitle for the question in case more information is needed on it. Also, each question can have an image to convey the overall gist of the question.

Adding Rating based questions
Adding Choice-based questions
Adding Text-based questions

Adding Date based questions
Adding Rank based questions


Adding a multiple Rate based question
Adding a Whole Number rating based question


4. Sharing Link:
Sharing a form can be a very easy task. A form can be shared through an Email, Microsoft Flow, Link Sharing and QR Code generation.
Sharing the Forms Link

Sharing the Form Link through Email
Sharing Form Link by Embedding in your Website


Creating a Link for the Form
Creating a QR Code for the Form



5. Getting Responses:
Here you find a list of responses which becomes available after your Survey, the form has been answered.

Conclusion:

Microsoft Forms is a versatile tool to be used wherever data entry is required. It is relatively simple and easy for anyone to use it

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