Likert (aka multiple choice grid) questions have been added to Microsoft Forms in Office 365.

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MVP

This is a pretty big deal, as this was a question type that Google Forms had that MS Forms didn't have.

 

An obscure rollout location, but in any case this is good news for the product.

 

https://twitter.com/jim_federico/status/943950162811953152

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