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Office Forms - Is it a fun and worthy competitor to Google's Forms?

It is a versatile produce, growing in usability each time I login. I like that you can choose between a form and a quiz, depending on what you are hoping to achieve. I like that it can be shared with people both in and outside of the organisation, and it can be embedded into a website, sent via email, or accessed through a scanable QR code. It some cool design features as well, from preset colors and graphics, to uploading your own. I don't like that all features can be used when creating question types for a quiz. There are really only two valid options for me; choice and text (although text is very particular). It is a worthy competitor to Google Forms.
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Need a great way to collect quick data or survey students about a topic?

I think this is a great teaching tool to collect data quickly. I also love that it empowers students to do a different type of writing and thinking when they create their own surveys or quizzes. Time is of the essence is any school and Microsoft Forms is a time saver. The feedback you received about how many people have taken your survey, time spent and then the data itself is great to have at your fingertips. I also love that you can share your survey using links or a QR code.
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I use Forms on a weekly 15-20 minutes to create a quick Quiz that I can distribute to the kids to assess their level of understanding on a concept or subject we are learning.

I would like to see a wider range of theme's be made available.
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