Note: If you're using the Microsoft Forms app on Office.com, your new form will have the same name as the form you copied.
You can copy a survey, quiz, or other type of form in just a few steps.
Go to forms.office.com and sign in with your Microsoft 365 work or school account or Microsoft personal account (Hotmail, Live, or Outlook.com).
Note: You can also log in to Office.com, look for the Microsoft 365 icons on the left, and then select Forms.
On the form you want to copy, select More options in the upper right corner of the form thumbnail.
Note: If you don't see the Copy option, scroll down to the bottom of your page and select All My Forms.
On the form you want to copy, select More options in the upper right corner of its thumbnail, and then choose Copy.
If you don't see form thumbnails, you might be in "list view" instead of "tile view." To copy a form within "list view," hover to the right of the form, select More options, and then select Copy.
When you copy a form, only the questions, format, and layout are copied. No existing responses are carried over to the new form. Microsoft Forms gives the new form the same name as the existing form and appends a number to it. You can change this new form name to what you want.
Need to make a duplicate of a form or quiz for others to edit?
You can create a special link that allows others to duplicate the quiz or form to their own Microsoft Forms portal. Learn how.
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