Microsoft Forms Gets New Portal, Search Box and Languages

Microsoft launches new Forms portal with search, now easily create a new form or quiz, add questions, customize settings, share their forms and check on the results.

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Microsoft Forms is introducing several updates including improvements to the Forms portal, more languages and right-to-left reading support.

The newly redesigned Microsoft Forms portal brings in several significant improvements that enable users to see a snapshot of each form, including the form title, background image and number of responses. While located on the upper right corner, the new search box can be use to quickly find a form either by its title or owner's name.

In the image below, you can see an updated Forms portal page, snapshots of each form and the new search box:

Microsoft Forms Portal with Search
Microsoft Forms Portal with Search

Along with, this update also introducing 26 new languages and right-to-left reading support to Forms, bringing the total supported languages to 68. The new RTL (right-to-left) reading support now available for Hebrew and Arabic languages, so users can create and respond to forms, as well as view forms results.

The image below shows a form using right-to-left reading support:

Microsoft Forms RTL reading support
Forms RTL reading support

To create a new form or quiz, add questions, customize settings, share forms and check on the results — follow the steps below:

  • Sign in and create a new survey form or quiz form.
  • Adjust the settings for the form.
  • Share the form with others.
  • Check the form results.