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Microsoft Forms got its start as an online application for educators to easily create quizzes and tests, but it has evolved into a more comprehensive form-making tool and become available to a much larger audience.
Forms is a web application that can be used to create polls, surveys, quizzes, and tests — essentially, any form in which you want to capture data from other users. When used by educators to make tests and quizzes, Forms can automatically score the results; for all kinds of polls, it can track responses with its own built-in analytics.
Microsoft Forms is available for all Microsoft 365 Education users as well as anyone using Microsoft 365 for business and any user with a Microsoft account (such as one from Hotmail, Live, or Outlook).
How to use Microsoft Forms
Using Microsoft Forms is very straightforward: You choose whether you want to make a form (such as a poll or survey) or a quiz; the distinction is that quizzes have correct answers and can be scored. After you’ve built your form, you can share it with the desired audience and can then review the results with Forms’ built-in analytics display.
How to get started with Microsoft Forms
Microsoft Forms is available from your Microsoft 365 applications or your Microsoft account. Here’s how to get started:
1. Sign into your Microsoft account, such as your Microsoft 365 work or school account or your Microsoft Outlook account.
2. In the list of apps, find “Forms.” You might need to click the apps menu and choose “All apps.”
3. Click “Forms.”
Alternately, you can go directly to the Microsoft Forms page and sign in with your Microsoft account credentials.
The Forms page has a row of templates at the top of the page including options to create a new form or a new quiz. There might be additional templates, and you can see about a dozen template options if you click “More templates.”
If you’ve already created one or more forms, you’ll see them below the templates, where you can see a list of recent forms and any you have pinned to the page for frequent access. To see all your previous forms, click “All My Forms.”
How to create a new form
1. To create a survey or poll, click “New Form.”
2. Click “Untitled form” and give your form a name and description. You can also …read more
Source:: Business Insider