Microsoft announced that its survey and quiz creation tool is now available to all users, having previously only been available to business and education users.
Microsoft Forms allows users to create a survey or quiz on any topic and the tool works on any device over the web and through the Office mobile app.
In a blog post By announcing that Forms is now available to all users, the software giant suggests that it can be used to gather input and plan for a variety of events, from group exercise to holiday gatherings or even to host a virtual trivia night. organize with friends from anywhere.
At the same time, Microsoft Forms can even be used in virtual classrooms to interact with students or create fun and interactive quizzes with the option to add video.
While Microsoft Forms is now available for free to anyone with a Microsoft account, Microsoft 365 Personal and Family subscribers can add more respondents to their surveys or quizzes and use additional templates.
Because Forms uses built-in AI intelligence, the tool does most of the heavy lifting when it comes to creating surveys or quizzes by providing smart template suggestions as users work, including recommending themes and adding additional questions and answer options based on what users type in the title.
Even free Microsoft Forms users have a dozen templates available to work with for holiday and birthday party invitations, feedback surveys, and even a T-shirt sign-up form to help with team orders. These themes range from events to holidays, travel, learning, food and more, but you can also use your own photos to personalize your form.
Once your form is ready to use, you can share it via a link or QR code that can be accessed from almost any device at any time. Once the results are in, you can also export them directly to Excel for additional analysis.