I love using Microsoft Forms and in the end, reviewing the answers is fun. Suggestions to make it even better:
As the administrator, add the functionality to edit fields that are incorrect. For example here the user was accidentally logged in as “SVC_Dash” instead of “Greg”…
Of course, there should be history, if you want to round out the feature.
And the most simple improvement would be to make the UX clearer. In this case, the current user is shown, but it is too subtle and users that have made the below mistake, did not know they had not logged out of their non-primary account.
I’d love know if others would like this feature too…
When looking at form responses and seeing “Respondent x” it is an unpleasant experience.
This happens when you change the form to be available outside the organization. Now all responses are anonymous.
This should not happen for the internal employees.
Suggestion to Microsoft: Please add a new setting that requires you to log in to a Microsoft account before submitting a response (could be your Domain eg. SSW or personal). Then we can share the Form externally, but also store the internal employee names on the submitted form (essential for follow up questions).
Nasty workaround: Add an extra question to the form asking who it is, but that still wouldn’t give us the email address… So we would need to add another question for that too.
I love Microsoft Forms records the time taken and give us a summary at the end.
Can you work out a reasonable timebox (a touch of Azure AI) based on the other submitted forms and the number of questions…. and give a little beep say every 5 minutes if they have exceeded the time that is reasonable.
One person can forget to finish their Microsoft Form and leave their browser open and it screws up all stats.
As an example everyone in my company was close enough to the 15 minute timebox – this one person ruined the stats.