On Monday, three new educator-focused features to make Microsoft Forms even more collaborative and customized for educators and students were made available.
Microsoft Forms is a part of Office 365 Education that allows teachers and students to quickly and easily create custom quizzes, surveys, questionnaires, registrations and more.
Embed forms in OneNote
Seamlessly integrating Microsoft Forms and OneNote is now just a couple of steps process and let you embed a form into OneNote Online, Under the OneNote Insert menu, click Forms, and then in the Forms for OneNote pane, select a form and embed it. Once the form is embedded, students can answer the form and see their results, all in OneNote.
Customizing forms with images and backgrounds
You can also now customize the background of form by inserting an image from Bing and OneDrive, or uploading an image from a local computer. Forms will then automatically adjusts the theme color to match the background image.
Accessing forms—Other forms portal
Form designers now ca use the Other forms portal to access all the forms they’ve opened via the Share to collaborate link. In other words, you can get back to “other people’s forms” without having to find the original email, IM conversation or other places where you originally opened the form.
Lastly, educators can create a form or quiz, define settings, share the form and then check the results —follow these steps:
- 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.