Microsoft Teams - Form - Custom String Per User

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I was just wondering, would it be possible to create a Form in Microsoft Teams, and then have a custom number be displayed in the form, depending on who is viewing the form?


So for example, if John Smith clicks on the form to fill it out, he'll see the serial number "1234QWERTY", but if Roger Lemmings clicks on the form to fill out, he'll see the serial number "ZZZ987". 

Any info would be appreciated, thank you!

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Hi @Peter-W-MS ,


 Microsoft Teams does not have a built-in feature for creating custom forms with dynamic content specific to individual viewers. However, you can integrate Microsoft Forms, a separate app within the Microsoft 365 suite, with Microsoft Teams to create forms and collect responses.


To display custom numbers based on the viewer's identity, you may need to explore custom development options using the Microsoft Teams platform. Microsoft Teams provides an extensibility framework that allows developers to create custom apps and integrate them into Teams. By developing a custom app, you can tailor the form experience and dynamically display content based on the viewer's identity.


You can leverage the Microsoft Teams JavaScript SDK, available for various platforms, to build custom apps and integrate them with Teams. Through the SDK, you can access the user's identity and incorporate custom logic to display specific numbers or content based on that information.





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