Microsoft Forms: Re-use previously created polls in Teams meetings

Meeting organizers and presenters can now access the polls previously created to re-use or modify, so that they can apply them to new meetings instead of creating repeated polls every time from scratch.

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Microsoft Forms: Convert Word/Pdf quiz into Microsoft Forms

This feature allows you to convert your existing word/pdf quizzes directly into Microsoft Forms, making it much quicker to get started using Forms in your classroom. After import, you can still edit the Quiz as needed before distributing it.

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Microsoft Forms ending support for IE11 and below

As previously mentioned in MC220490 (August ’20) and MC237612 (February ’21), Microsoft Forms will no longer support Internet Explorer 11 (IE11) and below. Users are recommended to use a more modern browser, which is where we will continue to invest our development resources. Examples of a modern browser include Microsoft Edge and the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Chrome on Android, and Safari on iOS.

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Forms: Brand new first-run experiences for Forms new users

For those newly coming to Forms, the brand-new product landing experience will help users understand through immersive first-touch experience about Forms capability, such as where they can use Forms and how. Users can navigate through the Forms templates categories and select pre-populated grab-and-go solutions to directly start a survey.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 88947

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Forms: Enable templates for commercial users

Microsoft Forms will soon be able to provide high quality templates that can be used for a variety of business goals.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 88946.

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Keep Forms display language consistent with user account language settings

Previously Forms display language would change based on the browser languages, after the change Forms display language (eg. user-facing UI language, button language, string language. etc.) will keep consistent with user’s language settings in his/her persona Microsoft or Office Account (AAD).

If users want to change the UI language they see in Forms, they can change the language settings in AAD, this is the standard UI language across other Office 365 Apps.

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Forms Portal Page Experience Improvement

Microsoft Forms Portal page will soon be receiving some overall experience updates.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 88945.

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Forms: Split sending and sharing entry point

We are making it easier to share a Form with a collaborator or with respondents by clearly separating out the sharing process.

This is a follow up to MC24233. Based on feedback, we made the decision to make additional changes before we proceeded with the full rollout. We are now ready to move forward and apologize for any inconvenience. Thank you for your feedback and patience.

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Forms: Brand new first-run experiences for Forms new users

For those new-to-forms users, we will help them understand through branded new first-touch experience about Forms capability, where they can use Forms and how. Users can navigate through the Forms templates categories through several selected business scenarios and pre-populated grab-and-go solutions.

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Forms: Portal Page Experience Improvement

Microsoft Forms will not only surface it portal page on office hub, but we will also reroute partial traffic to forms.office.com and forms.microsoft.com. Then user will be able to find Collection on the portal page with some other minor improvements.

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