In Microsoft Forms it is possible to create Quizzes and Forms. there isn't too much of a difference between the two. The main difference is the way the responses are received. Within quizzes Microsoft forms gives you the option to specify the correct answers. So in this post I'm going through the options currently available … Continue reading Microsoft Forms – Quizzes the full starters guide – part 1
After my last week's post Feedback is important, but please don’t bother my users, I thought about creating a feedback form within the modern experience of Office 365. I'm going to restrict myself to out of the box functionality. So no development! And I want it quick! So I'm starting with a new communication site: Then … Continue reading Office 365 – Create a user feedback form within minutes with SharePoint Online and Microsoft Forms
Today I tried to create an Azure Logic app that creates a message in a Channel within a Microsoft Teams team. This was amazingly easy. But then the trouble started. I wanted everybody to receive an alert using the Mentions in Microsoft Teams. My team name is Triad.Microsoft.Development so @Triad.Microsoft.Development should work. Even the code … Continue reading Microsoft Teams – Azure Logic Apps – Don’t mention it!
So far I've liked the general setup of Forms.It's a nice a light interface very good for questionnaires of up to 95 questions. But is there more about this product than just a list of questions? Yes there is, but the options are a bit hidden. Next to the Share button there is a ...-menu … Continue reading Microsoft Forms – The hidden options of branching in Forms
Today Microsoft released the preview for Microsoft Forms. An all new questionnaire solution. Within minutes I was able to add some questions to a form by clicking on a choice, text rating or date button: This resulted in a form like this: Once I answered my questions, a nice BI alike responses overview is available: … Continue reading Office 365 – Microsoft Forms is now in preview