Sep 20 2016
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Aug 06 2023
In Office 365 Forms, I am attempting to create an event request form. I do not appear to be able to add a question for TIME of Day. I see a template for DATE but not TIME. In Google Forms "include Time" is an option for Date Questions in the contextual sub-menu. Is there someplace to add this function perhaps that I am missing? Ultimately I would like to add a script to the form that would auto-create an Outlook Calendar event on a shared calendar at the date and time on the form submission.
Sep 20 2016 08:14 PM
Nov 16 2017 12:48 PM
I am currently struggling with the same problem. It interferes with Flow in trying to create events, unless I ask people to make it military time, which is not user friendly.
Apr 02 2018 10:03 AM
Jun 19 2018 06:09 PM
This feature is standard with google forms. I would like to keep everything under the Microsoft umbrella but not being able to specify time in a form is a big deal in my case. Hopefully this feature is added soon!
Jul 12 2018 01:14 AM
I really need this, have a few forms that don't quite give us what we need, without THIS.
having to do a really convoluted workaround which is just nasty.
Aug 06 2018 01:37 PM
Can I ask what your current workaround is? I have a Flow dependent on the date responses in a Form that I need to get working as soon as possible.
Aug 08 2018 12:45 AM
1) just use a generic text box and "hope" they put in something generally recognisable as a time.
2) as 1) but use flow and its connectors to generate an actual time formatted response, its a bit of a ball ache though trying to take into account all the possible variations and typo's to capture everything.
Aug 08 2018 04:54 AM
Hey y'all - I found a good, somewhat simple workaround for this using Concatenate.
The formula I used is:
Aug 08 2018 05:04 AM
......that feeling you get when you've spent hours putting together a flow that kinda works, and someone goes and does it 'properly'....
Oct 16 2018 01:56 PM