Introduction to Microsoft Forms

Introduction to Microsoft Forms

Tip: Create a survey, quiz, or poll with Microsoft Forms. Want to capture and analyze enterprise customer feedback? Try Dynamics 365 Customer Voice.

With Microsoft Forms, you can create surveys, quizzes, and polls, invite others to respond to it using almost any web browser or mobile device, see real-time results as they're submitted, use built-in analytics to evaluate responses, and export results to Excel for additional analysis or grading.

Note: Microsoft Forms is not a replacement for Microsoft InfoPath. Learn more in frequently asked questions.

Who can use Microsoft Forms?

Microsoft Forms is generally available to Office 365 Education customers, Microsoft 365 Apps for business customers, and users with a Microsoft account (Hotmail, Live, or

Get started quickly

Step 1: Sign in with your Microsoft 365 work or school account, or your Microsoft account (Hotmail, Live, or and create a new form or create a new quiz

Note: You can also create an advanced survey. Learn more.

Step 2: Adjust settings for your form or quiz

Step 3: Send your form or quiz to others and collect responses

Step 4: Check your form results or check your quiz results

Are you an admin?

Learn more about:

Set up for Microsoft Forms

Security and privacy

Microsoft Forms data storage

Turning on or off Microsoft Forms

Set up Azure Active Directory conditional access

Enhance your form

Add a logo to your form or display pictures or videos next to quiz questions.

Add a picture or logo to a form header

Add a picture to a question

Change your picture size

Delete a picture

Add a video to a question

Share and collaborate

Want to collaborate with colleagues on your quizzes and forms? Want to share your quiz or form as a template for others to use independently? You can do both of these sharing tasks easily.

Share your quiz or form and collaborate with others

Share a quiz or form as a template

Use Microsoft Forms in other Office products

Insert quizzes, surveys, polls, and other types of forms into other Office products you know and love.

Embed a form in a Sway

Insert a form or quiz into OneNote for the web

Create a form in OneDrive for Business

Create a form in Excel Online

Insert a form or quiz into PowerPoint

Create, edit, and collaborate on a form in Microsoft Teams

Use the Microsoft Forms web part

Learn more

Here are a few more things that you can do with Microsoft Forms. Keep checking back for more updates!

Frequently asked questions

Microsoft Forms introductory course: Creating Authentic Assessments

Microsoft Forms Quick Start

Use branching in Microsoft Forms

VIDEO: Explore new question types

Block Internet access during a quiz

Change a form theme

Copy a form

Delete a form

Print a form

How to get missing data in Forms

Got feedback?

We'd love to hear from you! Please visit our Microsoft Forms User Voice site. You can vote on other people's product suggestions or submit your own.

See Also

Frequently asked questions about Microsoft Forms

Video: Explore new questions types

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