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SharePoint Online is one of the underpinning technologies of Office 365 and allows individuals and groups to easily create a wide variety of ways to share information as well as tracking and collaborating on projects. SharePoint Online offers many out of the box features to help individuals share, organize and discover information which is relevant to a department, team or project.
The University of Alaska provides a number of collaboration services to the university community. Students, staff, and faculty can take advantage of one, some, or all of these tools. If you are not sure which one to choose for a specific task, read on for a feature comparison.
In Microsoft Forms, you can have multiple co-authors help design a form and analyze responses. All co-authors can also view, edit, and delete responses, plus share the form with others by sending them the collaboration link.
With Microsoft Forms, you can send your form or quiz to students, and colleagues in a few different ways, depending upon your needs.
This article will walk you through the basics of creating a simple registration form. The techniques you learn here will help you to create more complex forms.
Microsoft Forms includes rich, real-time analytics that provide summary information and individual results for surveys and other types of forms. You can export the results to Microsoft Excel for more in-depth analysis, as well as delete or print a summary of responses.
Learn how to customize settings regarding who can fill out the form, when the form is available and not available, options for question randomization, among others.
If you've created a survey, quiz, or poll, you can easily move it to a group so everyone in your group becomes owners of that form.
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.
Information about adding branching logic to a Microsoft form so that it changes according to responses to specific questions.
In Microsoft Forms, you can have multiple co-authors help design a form and analyze responses. However, in some cases it might be necessary to remove access for others to edit the form, or see the responses. This is simply accomplished by stop sharing the form.
In Microsoft Teams, you can add a Forms tab so you can create a new form, or add an existing one, that your entire team can collaborate on.