Microsoft Forms – The hidden options of branching in Forms

So far I’ve liked the general setup of Forms.It’s a nice a light interface very good for questionnaires of up to 95 questions.

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But is there more about this product than just a list of questions?

Yes there is, but the options are a bit hidden. Next to the Share button there is a …-menu with Branching and settings.

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Well there is a uservoice for this already! This options should be a lot more visible!

https://microsoftforms.uservoice.com/forums/386451-welcome-to-microsoft-forms-suggestion-box/suggestions/20335936-make-the-branching-functionality-more-obvious-when

Once you have found the branching options your questions will have the Go to options available:

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This is great to create real spaghetti questionnaires. Yum!

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3 thoughts on “Microsoft Forms – The hidden options of branching in Forms

  1. commented on April 28, 2020 by Ashtosh

    Can we create a flow to that we can pass the MS Form id dynamically .
    For ex If I have 4 forms do I need to create 4 different flows to analyse the response

  2. commented on April 28, 2020 by Ashtosh

    Yes but in that case if I have 4 MS Forms I will have to create 4 different flows right.I want a generic solution so that I can manage all the form responses using one flow by the passing the form id dynamically i.e. using dynamic content.
    Is there any way to achieve the same

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