Oct 18 2021 05:46 AM
Oct 20 2021 02:25 PM
@sncl2mwwhen you create a new Assignment in Teams, you can choose one of two options:
Assignments can contain any file from OneDrive, new Office documents, links, Teams, or connected apps (MakeCode, Reading Progress). Quiz type assignments can only contain 'Quiz' type Forms created in Microsoft Forms. If you still want to attach the previously created 'Form' type Form then you would need to create an 'Assignment' and attach the form as a link that you are able to retrieve under 'Share' form. You would then have to review the results from Forms and enter your mark/feedback manually within the Teams Assignment tab.
It used to be possible to attach a 'Form' type form to an assignment as a 'Quiz', but that may have changed because students weren't able to see individual question feedback when teachers attached 'Form' type forms, as opposed to 'Quiz' type forms to Teams assignments. See this discussion and my reply on Microsoft Answers for more information on this issue: Students receiving feedback
Nov 05 2021 08:50 AM
Nov 05 2021 02:50 PM
It is possible to assign a quiz with no marks in Teams. Just ensure that when you create the quiz, you delete the points for each question. The points available on the Quiz in Teams is automatically generated from the total points available on the individual questions in the Quiz. If no points are available on each question then no points will be available on the assignment in Teams and you can just return it with feedback. It would be nicer to be able to attach a Form in this way, but that caused the problem with the individual question feedback being not visible to students. Attaching the Form share link to the assignment is okay as a workaround.