Mar 04 2020 03:39 AM
Apr 24 2020 05:29 PM
... from ms support:
This generally happens when the file location (i.e. OneDrive folder) is either deleted or inaccessible for any reason.
As a workaround, I would suggest to following these steps might help:
Save all responses of your existing Form ABC (example in this case) Create a Copy of the Form ABC (this automatically recreates the OneDrive folder at backend) Step 2 creates a new Form named Form ABC (2) Delete the Form ABC Rename Form ABC (2) as Form ABC Share its new link (the url) and try uploading the file
I tried and it worked for me. Let me know, if this works for you.
Apr 25 2020 12:11 AM
The problem is not with MS Forms. Of course, the file-upload-questions work, if i share the link. That was never the problem.
But ... If i create an assignment with a "quiz" in MS Teams, members cannot upload files within the upload-questions.
Sharing a link to forms within an assignment in MS Teams makes no sense. Several teachers in several countries -
in several organisations have the same problem.
Thank you anyway.
Apr 28 2020 11:15 AM
We have the same problem here.
As soon as i create the quiz in teams, the form is copied to the sharepoint library of the team. BUT on the upload folder, where the students should upload there files (in the sharepoint library > apps > microsoft form> quiz name > question), the folder is not shared. it happens not all the time, but i would say 80% of the time. as soon as i have some luck and a quiz works, i can see that the folder in sharepoint is shared for uploading files...
we need a resolution...
Apr 28 2020 01:05 PM
Apr 28 2020 02:00 PM
Apr 28 2020 11:41 PM
so you are lucky ;) ... in my case, it never worked - i checked also the permissions and i tried it in 2 schools with different quiz - aigain and again - now i create my forms, which i need für MS Teams without uploading-file-questions - its a pity.
there is no answer from the official support too
Apr 29 2020 02:08 AM
May 01 2020 12:59 AM
May 11 2020 10:08 AM
I've create a video to help solving this error. You can access it in https://youtu.be/B2hJP-1yCyI
Although it is in Portuguese, you can add the subtitles. Please check if it solves your problem and send me your feedback.
Also you can check other videos in https://bit.ly/2XQTCkq
Aug 10 2020 02:45 AM
@Djarano I found the solution in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B2hJP-1yCyI&feature=youtu.be
Summary: Go to MS Forms-> Group Forms -> Select Team -> Your Quiz Form -> Delete and regenerate the file upload question.
Aug 24 2021 11:53 AM
Nov 08 2021 12:48 AM
Had the same issue, wasn't willing to recreate the upload field. TL;DR click on the copy button for the send and collect responses link. It seems to set up the permissions that grant access (as long as they have not been fully removed in sharepoint).
Had the same issue, looks like when an upload field is added a new folder ([SharePoint]/Shared Documents/Apps/Microsoft Forms/[name of form or 'Untitled', will have a 'star' on the right corner of the folder name to denote the folder being new]/[name of question or 'Question'] with a SharePoint group with the handy (but system only generated permission of 'Submit Files').
Then when you land on the form (it controlling access re your sharing preference) it adds the user to both the SharePoint as a user but also too the 'Submits Files' permission group for the folder in question.
The thinking being that some kind of disconnection happens between the form and the SharePoint so a user doesn't get added to the 'Submits Files' permission group. The act of copying the link seems like it might be a trigger for setting that up.
To check if a form upload is still usable right click and manage access on the folder that collects the files then look for the form exclusive sharing link for adding files.
To see the permission groups continue by clicking advanced, then show users. This will give you a few groups, look for the one with 'Submits Files'. Then click on the name to view. You can't add users to this group but anyone who is listed should be able to use the form correctly. Using the 'Check Permissions' and looking up a user will list what they can do in the folder.