Jun 11 2019 06:55 AM
Jun 11 2019 06:55 AM
New Forms user here. I don't think this possible but wanted to ask before submitting an idea.
Is it possible to restrict the filling out of a Form to only certain, selected people within our organisation? Ideally we would be able to select predefined groups (from AD).
For example, if I'm sending out a Form with sensitive information, I don't want everyone within the organisation to be able to see it. At the moment, anyone who is able to get hold of the link can submit a response.
Jun 11 2019 06:59 AM
Jun 11 2019 07:07 AM
@Christopher Hoard Thank you. I feared this would be the answer. I've voted for this and added my voice.
If the Forms or O365 devs are reading this:
Forms, along with Streams, along with many other O365 apps are just not ready. They feel rushed, unfinished, not integrated and have basic features missing. I'm so far disappointed by our journey into O365 and Forms is another frustrating and lacking experience.
Development progress is slow. The most requested features are being ingnored or are far too slow to in being delivered.
Jun 11 2019 12:23 PMSolution
Feb 24 2020 05:18 AM
What about using Teams? Create your team with respondents and add Microsoft Forms application to your team?
Feb 24 2020 05:34 AM
It's a good call, but we're not using Teams as it still doesn't have all the features we need to move away from Skype, which is a whole different thread!
Sep 29 2020 10:58 AM
@Dave_Lee This blog will help you and others who are looking for this feature
Oct 23 2020 07:10 AM
@Dave_Lee What you could do is have Power Automate delete any non-compliant submissions, and make clear at the top of the form that this will happen.
Jan 20 2021 07:52 AM
@Nick_Ellis Are you able to provide guidance on how to achieve this please. Many thanks
Jan 23 2021 06:30 AM
@Friyank that's only of any use if you are using Forms Pro/Customer Voice. It is not a solution for standard Microsoft Forms.
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Apr 20 2021 01:47 AM
Dec 13 2021 08:04 AM
Hello @Chris Webb
I'm not a programmer. In my experience, Sharepoint Lists are quite complicated. I tried for three months to set up one of them for my students with no success. I need them to create a checklist of documents. I created the list, but never appeared or linked with Teams.
I need to add a teacher to a form, so that her and two more teachers answer it. Though, Forms can't find her address that is currently in use.
Thanks for reading.