Microsoft Forms works great with Microsoft Teams

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If you're using Microsoft Teams, you can now access your Microsoft forms directly. With this new integration, you can easily set up a Forms tab, create notifications for your form, or conduct a quick poll just for your team.


Note: This integration will be coming soon for Teams users.


Set up a Forms tab

Add a Forms tab so you can quickly create a form that everyone on your team can edit. If you've already created a form, you can still add it to the tab to collect responses, show a summary of results, or collaborate with others. 



Work with your team members to create and edit a form.



Add an existing form to collect responses.



Show the results of a shared team form or one you created on your own.



Set up notifications for your form

The Microsoft Forms connector can help you keep your team up-to-date on the responses for your forms. Just tell the connector which forms you want to subscribe to, and the channel will be notified with a summary of responses each day.


Set up Forms connector for notification.



Send notifications to selected channel.



Conduct a quick poll within your team

With Microsoft Forms quick poll, you can create an instant, real time poll in seconds. Use the Forms bot (by typing @Forms in a channel), and team members can respond to the poll and see the result in real time. 


Create a quick poll.



Respond to the poll.


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