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Maintenance of form

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Contributor
Guys
When the FORM is undergoing some maintenance work, is it possible to notify users if they attempt to access.

Thanks
C1
4 Replies
best response confirmed by cad-one (Contributor)
Solution

@cad-one no there's no functionality to do that. But if your form is embedded in a SharePoint page then you can temporarily remove it and put up a notice about the maintenance.

 

Rob
Los Gallardos
Microsoft Power Automate Community Super User

I don’t understand embed Microsoft forms in SharePoint. I am storing the responses in a SharePoint list though.

Can you give example of embedded form please

@cad-one you use the Microsoft Forms web part in a SharePoint page, for example in your intranet as I've shown in the image below, and your users can complete the form there:

 

formsWebPartSp2.png

 

Rob
Los Gallardos
Microsoft Power Automate Community Super User

Thanks. That gives me an idea. I will try embedding it. Not that before.

Thanks again.