Please, for the love of god, disable those recommendations

Copper Contributor

When designing my form I get constant pop-ups of recommended questions to add to my form. First of all, I do not need any recommendations, I know what I want to put on my forms. Secondly, the recommendations are te-ri-ble. They're galaxies removed from what the survey is about. In a survey that is aimed at scrum masters and product owners it suggests I add the question "did you enjoy your stay at our hotel". Mind you, we are a bank, not a hospitality business.


If I want AI help, I'll ask ChatGPT. These built-in pop-up recommendations? Remove them ASAP.




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There is no way to disable it for all forms, but you can click the 'X' at the upper right corner to close the question suggestion. At least it won't pop up again during your subsequent editing.
Couldn't agree more! It infuriates me and we need an option to disable altogether.
Just click the X in the top right of the box to remove the recommendations.It takes less than a second!

@Rob_Elliott But it requires that one second EVERY TIME, plus the second it takes for them to load and push what I was attempting to read and edit off the bottom of the screen. It's infuriating. This should be something we can turn off.

I am afraid someone else may find this helpful especially when using MS form first time.
I guess Microsoft will not remove it .
Maybe will add a switch in future.
If MS thinks this is helpful for first-time users, an easy fix is having both a "hide this for now" and a "hide this from now on" option for users to close it once or permanently.