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Here are the new features for Microsoft Forms from January 2021

Microsoft FormsSource: Microsoft

What you need to know

  • Microsoft is rolling out several new features to Microsoft Forms this month.
  • Microsoft Forms is getting the ability to format text, gather responses from specific people, and a new start page experience.
  • Some of these features are rolling out already, and they should all be available by the end of January.

Microsoft just announced several new features for Microsoft Forms. The improvements make it easier to customize the text of polls, gather responses from specific people, and to download or print off responses to forms. Some of the new features are rolling out already, but they should all be available by the end of January.

Microsoft breaks down the new features in a recent Tech Community post.

Text Formatting Forms

Source: Microsoft

Microsoft Forms will gain the ability to bold, italicize, and underline words within forms. This makes it easy to emphasize content to make sure that people understand a question. Microsoft Forms supports the standard keyboard shortcuts for text formatting, so it will be easy to get forms to look the way you like.

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Microsoft Forms Users

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You’ll soon be able to select specific people from within an organization to have access to a form. This should make it easier to make sure you only get the responses you want, and it works on mobile devices as well as the web.

Print Microsoft Forms

Source: Microsoft

After someone completes a form or quiz, they’ll soon be able to download or print their responses. This feature has to be turned on, so you can keep it off if you prefer.

Microsoft Forms Start Page

Source: Microsoft

Microsoft also announced a new Microsoft Forms start page experience. On the page, you’ll see recently used forms and you can pin any forms you’d like for quick access. The page also has a “Shared with me” section and an “All My Forms” section to help you keep track of all the forms and quizzes you’ve taken part in.

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This post was written by Sean Endicott and was first posted to WindowsCentral

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