With Microsoft Forms you can create surveys, quizzes and polls, and easily see results as they come in.
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Benefits and key features
When you create a quiz or a form, you can invite other users to respond to it using any web browser, even on mobile devices. After submitting the results, you can evaluate the answers using built-in analysis. Form data, such as quiz results, can be easily exported to Excel for further analysis or evaluation.
Get started quickly – Create a question form or quiz in a few easy steps, define settings, share and see results.
Form Enhancements – Add a logo to the form or display pictures or videos next to quiz questions.
Sharing and collaboration – Want to collaborate with colleagues on quizzes and forms? Want to share a quiz or a form as a template for others to use separately? You can do it quickly and easily.
Use forms in other Office products – You can also insert quizzes, surveys, polls and other types of forms into other Office products that you know and use.
Branching – You can add branching logic to a survey or quiz so that it changes according to the responses to specific questions.
Authentication settings – By default, only people within your organization can respond to a form or quiz. If you want to allow anyone to submit responses, click the drop-down “Only users in my organization can respond”, and then select “Anyone with the link can respond”. You can switch between these two settings by selecting it in the drop-down list.
Send a form to others – There are four options of sending a form (sending a form link to other users, sending a form QR code, embedding in a webpage and inviting others to view a form or quiz through email).
Create a quiz with Microsoft Forms
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