Add sections to your Microsoft Form

What is this article about?

If you're creating a lengthy form, it's helpful to organize your questions into multiple pages—or sections—which you can easily rearrange and reorder. Sections also help orient your responders consume a long form that has been organized into smaller parts.

How do I use this technology?


Add sections

  1. Open the form for which you want to add sections.
  2. Click Add new button.

    Microsoft Form Add New button highlighted
  3. Click More button.

    Microsoft Form Add New more button highlighted
  4. Click Section.

    Microsoft Form Add New Section button highlighted
  5. Add a section title and description to provide more context for questions in this section.

    Microsoft Form New Section title and description fields highlighted


Organize sections

  1. In the section you want to move, remove, or duplicate, click More settings for section (...) button in the upper right corner of the section.

    Microsoft Froms form section more settings button highlighted
  2. Select one of the following:
    • Duplicate section - Make a copy of the questions within that section.
    • Remove section - Click Just section to remove just the section header, or click Section and questions to remove the section and all questions within it.
    • Move section - Use the Move up and Move down arrows to arrange the order of your sections.

    Microsoft Forms form section more settings menu highlighted

Next Steps

There are many other options available to you

  • Use branching in Microsoft Forms


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