Apr 01 2020 01:37 AM
Apr 01 2020 01:37 AM
Please can someone help. We are trying to deploy Teams with our school to enable remote learning. We have been setting quizzes to assess understanding using Forms. However, we are getting widely reported issues of images not displaying when added to a question. Retrying in Edge, Chrome may or may not fix the issue. I have refreshed or followed the links several times myself and sometimes they appear, sometimes they do not. We just get the eternal load or the broken image link.
Is there anything we can do, is it certain types of pictures etc? We have tried uploading from our PC, using built in search. Its a real flaw at the moment because students quickly switch off when something is unreliable. It makes no difference if I open via teams in browser, desktop or online. Thank you
Apr 02 2020 06:37 AM
Apr 20 2020 02:18 AM
@Danielrose66 Same problem here. A direct link to the form doesnt help. Please vote here end maybe they solve the issue: https://microsoftforms.uservoice.com/forums/386451-welcome-to-microsoft-forms-suggestion-box/suggest...
Apr 20 2020 04:13 AM
We have the exact same issue, I've made a quiz as an example for Teachers so that they can provide quizzes for their students at home but we can not promote quizzes on MS Forms with this image loading problem still outstanding (for at least a couple of years!). All images are under 300k and we can never get 100% of the images to load.
May 12 2020 08:32 AM
Our school has found if students reload, get out, go back in it works. I tried it and it did work, annoying but it is a work-a-round till the issue is resolved.
Oct 08 2020 01:21 AM
Same problem here, this doesn't help with a positive remote education experience.
Pictures won't load, refreshing or clicking 'load image' mostly doesn't work.
The new scaling function for pictures auto-crops images every time I edit a question. The preview pane doesn't work there.
For now the only solution I see is not using images in Forms at all and link to pictures needed for a question when possible. Looking for another (privacy-approved) alternative meanwhile...
Oct 08 2020 02:30 AM
@Danielrose66 In case you haven't come across it, there's a vote here on this problem: