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SharePoint web part powered by Microsoft Forms

In SharePoint, using pages is a great way to share ideas and collect feedback. You can now use a Microsoft Forms web part on your SharePoint pages to collect responses, or show survey results right on your site.
 
Note: This update will coming soon for Office 365 Commercial and Education customers.
 
Add a survey to a communication site

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Take a survey or show survey results on your team site

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How do you add the Microsoft Forms web part?

 

Choose “Microsoft Forms” in the list of web parts on the SharePoint page.

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Add a new or existing form.

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For more details, see Use the Microsoft Forms web part.

 

 

6 Comments
Super Contributor
@Dan Holme@Mark Kashmandid this sneak out a bit early?
Frequent Visitor

 WOW! That's great news!

 

Occasional Contributor

I am assuming this will also be avaiable for us ON Premise Bums?

Microsoft

@Fernando MeloThe feature will be released in SharePoint Online, not avaiable in On Premise.

Occasional Contributor

Where is the data stored? Is a SharePoint list created in the background?

Trusted Contributor

@Bernd Verhofstadtno, according to https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Microsoft-Forms-Blog/What-is-Microsoft-Forms/ba-p/111019

  • Microsoft Forms data is stored in a compliant, Azure database in the United States and Europe.