Can multiple users fill out the same form?

Copper Contributor

I am looking to create a form that multiple users can fill out:

  1. For commercial purposes, I am seeking to fill out the first two questions of a given form.
  2. I want to then submit those answers and send the form to a third party (with a notification) for them to fill out the remaining questions of the form. 
  3. Finally, I want them to be capable of sending through the remaining answers back to me.

Is the above realizable through Microsoft forms?

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@Rafael91 - the only way you could do this would be to have two different surveys. If you are using Forms Pro, you could then link the two surveys together with variables. Depending on who these people are, and where you have their information stored, you could link this all together and send an email to the 3rd party when the two questions from Survey 1 are complete.


You could then pass through those answers (if this makes sense for the 3rd party person to see them) and display them on Survey 2. The 3rd party person could then respond to the questions, then submit.


You could then have an email sent to you (or whomever needs the results) with all of the responses combined. 


You would need to A) use Forms Pro for the surveys, and B) use Power Automate for the triggers and linking everything together. 

@Megan_V_Walker thank you! This is invaluable information!!! 

@Rafael91 personally I would use a flow in Power Automate to save the form response to a SharePoint list, send the email to the next person with the answers submitted and include a link to the item in the SharePoint list where they can add their own answers. Once they do that another flow would send the email back to you with whatever information you needed from the SharePoint list.


Los Gallardos
Microsoft Power Automate Community Super User

@RobElliott  -  would you want to give a 3rd party access to your SharePoint list? Although the approach might work for an internal process, it might not be as beneficial where external people need to be involved. 

@Megan_V_Walker  the poster didn't mention whether the 3rd party was internal or external.

@Megan_V_Walker  would you be able to help with the following?


I have two forms set up and have created the initial flow in power automate, but I cant quite figure out the next steps.


Here's what I have:

Step 1 - Trigger: New submission in Form A1

Step 2 - Action: Get response details from Form A1

Step 3 - Action: Send an email to the second person in the process to notify them of the new submission.


At step 3, I cant figure out how to:

(1) Display the data from Form A1 for the second user to review

(2) Send the second user to Form A2 to complete the second part of the form


Sorry if this is an easy question, this is my first time using Forms and Power Automate!



@arg123 : did you figure this out ? I have a similar query.

@Megan_V_Walker  : your expert comments on this please ?

@BloggerSS  @arg123 


You cannot have more than one person complete the same survey response. If a survey response is submitted, that's it, it's complete and cannot be partially completed by two different people.


@arg123 here is what you need.

  1. Form A
  2. Form B
    • This form needs survey variables added to it that you can then use to capture the values from Form A. You can only have 13 variable though (15 including two standard ones, First Name and Last Name
    • You can then use the variables and display them at the top of the survey. This might help to see what I am referring to in showing the variables at the top of the survey:

Then this process:

  1. Form A is shared with whoever needs to complete it. 
  2. A flow in Power Automate that is triggered when Form A is completed and the flow generates a survey invitation for Form B that is sent to someone. As part of the flow, you will need to get the responses from Form A, and then use the values from the responses and put them into the variables in the step where you create the survey invitation.                              

Hi Rob, I like what you are proposing (as I will be using this internally with my team), so how do you suggest this to be implemented? 

Do you have the key flows for me to set this up?

I am brand new to MS365 so learning heaps. 



Hi Rob,

I am new to Power Automate and Forms. I don't have Forms Pro. Would it be possible for you to outline the steps involved in creating 2 (or 3?) forms as you described here so that the following needs are met:

First, a request comes in a Form

It is assigned to someone

That person then fills the rest and saves/emails the Form

All responses are linked to a SP list.


Thank you.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.


Just need a clarity on your answer. 

Can 2nd respondent edit the responses made by 1st respondent in the SharePoint file? 


Can you please send me the flows to use and possibly screenshots of how to pass variables from Form A into Form B and how to send an email to the second user to the same survey to complete. 


Hope this is ok


Thanks Brian



@BrianHarry1730 - I don't have any flows built for this. I was explaining how it could potentially be achieved. 

Would you have any videos or guides available on how to pass variables between 2 forms and to send the second form onto the person to complete

@BrianHarry1730 I don't know about Customer Voice (the old Forms Pro), but with standard Forms there is no way to have variables.


Los Gallardos
Intranet, SharePoint and Power Platform Manager (and classic 1967 Morris Traveller driver)

Hi @Megan_V_Walker

I have the Excel of FormA and FormB in a sharepoint

and as you mentioned, im trying to get the parameters of two fields from FormA, so i cant put that data in Form B, so i can create a relationship or conection with the two forms, and be able to do my graphs analysis 
Sadly, i have not gone any further, and Im stuck, Im thinking to check powerapps or just do the survey in web via html

any suggestions?


Best Regards!

Mario Riestra

@MarioMagic there is no no ability to have a relationship between 2 forms. If your users are intenral then Power Apps is certainly a good option and can do what you want.


Los Gallardos
Intranet, SharePoint and Power Platform Manager (and classic 1967 Morris Traveller driver)

Good Day! and Good Week @RobElliott 

Some users are internal others are external, thats why i wanted the conection or relantionship between formA and formB, so i can know which user answer is related to what!

What i have read and check that powerapps can help as a type form to get the data,
Ive already done that, just checking if, it can insert a row on my excel via powerautomate, and we are in business , I hope, fingers cross

@MarioMagic Power Apps Portals (for external use) is expensive. It would be better and at no cost to have the 2 forms both saving to a SharePoint list or to an excel spreadsheet via a flow in Power Automate. That's easily do-able.


Los Gallardos
Microsoft Power Automate Community Super User