Allow collaborators on Microsoft Forms
I love the functionality of Microsoft Forms. However, I work on a team and we would like to be able to share the Responses so that we all have the ability to view the automatically created charts. We also would like to share control on the questions being asked. Team work is important and I would love to see Microsoft Forms better support this.
Try creating a Microsoft Team, add members you want to view results then add the Form as a tab, might work
Also looking for the option to transfer ownership or mark a form as belonging to the "team", so that forms under an account that is removed are not lost.
Hanae C commented
Many users in our organization love forms. They are so simple to use. However not being able to share the admin rights is very limitating for the teams, especially for the results analysis.
Everyone who has started to use Forms in our organisation has said the same thing - can we share ownership and the information - can we also transfer the ownership if needed? The current functionality somewhat limits the use and makes it very unfriendly. The option for groups to be able to create and share Forms would also make things better!
Sharing of Forms, editing and analysis, was the first question asked by our Engagement and Comms team once they had access to forms under O365
Rob Verlaan commented
I agree. Would be great to be able to delegate and share building a new question list.
Niclas Olsson commented
I totally agree on this one.
Steven Atkinson commented
I like this idea. I would also like to see the ability to have one person create a form and another be responsible for the analysis. We have people creating forms who have the ideas for the questions but cannot write them in the right way as to get answers that are going to give analysable data. We have others who can take their questions and create a great form but it should not be their job to publish the form and analyse the results.
Gina Ralston commented
We definitely have a need for this in our office as this would help us in or communications efforts overall.
Craig Theissen commented
This is the primary reason that my office has struggled with fully implementing Office 365 into our office procedures. The ability to establish a team account would greatly enhance our operations and communication as a team.
Stephanie Jernigan commented
Yes!!! This is exactly what my team wants as well!
Bill Cripps commented
I have a team that wants to see the responses and it's now becoming work to email out the CSV. If it could be generated in my OneDrive that would be great.