So, you’ve decided to do that survey that you’ve been holding off for the longest time. After checking out our many comparisons between survey tools, you’ve chosen to go with Microsoft Forms as your pal. Well, we’ll definitely show you how to create a form in Microsoft Forms.
In case you’ve not made any online survey tool comparisons, check out our posts on SurveyMonkey Vs Microsoft Forms, SurveyMonkey Vs Google Forms, SurveyMonkey vs Alchemer, SurveyMonkey vs Qualtrics, and SurveyMonkey Vs Typeform. All of these will help you make a sound decision on which tool to use for your survey.
In this post, however, the focus is on using Microsoft Forms. Hence, we’ll be showing you – step by step – how to create a form in Microsoft Forms. Read through.
Create a Form in Microsoft Forms
Follow the steps below to successfully create a form in Microsoft Forms.
- Visit forms.office.com, sign up, or log in with your Microsoft or Skype account. After you log in, it takes you to the Microsoft Forms homepage.
- Once you’re on the homepage, click on the big + button to create a new form from scratch.
- However, if you prefer to use a template, Microsoft Forms provides templates that you can edit. Select one.
- Enter a title, description, and click Add New to add questions of your desired format.
- Once you’re done, click Send to copy your form or survey link and share it with respondents.
- To see respondents, you can come back to the form and click on the Responses tab.
Microsoft Forms has made it very easy to share your forms and surveys. You can either copy the link, embed it onto a website or landing page, send it directly as an email, share it with others as a template, or use a QR code. The choice is yours.
And that’s virtually all you need to know to create a form in Microsoft Forms. You should use the comments section in you got stuck at any stage. We’re very happy to help.