Microsoft Forms integration

With Microsoft Forms, you can create surveys, quizzes, and polls. Microsoft Forms is available through our College Office 365 account. For more information, visit our Microsoft Forms workshop post.


Educational Technology hosted a 45-minute Microsoft Forms integration workshop. We shared some Forms tips and updated features and showed how to use quick polls in Teams meetings, add Form questions to Stream videos, and more. Watch the recording of the Thursday, March 11th workshop in Stream.

Tips and Updates

@Mike Tholfsen and his Microsoft EDU team release video updates. We invite you to strengthen your Forms’ skills with their Forms YouTube playlist and watch:

Microsoft Form Polls in Teams

Post a poll in your Teams channel or quickly gather feedback in a chat pane. As a meeting organizer or presenter, you can use Microsoft Forms to create polls before your Microsoft Teams meeting, then launch them before or during a meeting so attendees can view and answer. When you launch your poll, it will pop up as a notification on the meeting screen and also appear in the meeting chat window. Attendees can also create ad-hoc polls during a meeting to get quick feedback on the spot. Learn more.

Using Stream and Forms together for interactive online lessons

Educators can upload the recorded videos and include a Forms quiz at the end of each lesson. These online quizzes can help students test their knowledge and get their scores immediately after each session. Learn more.

Assign quizzes to students through Microsoft Teams

If you already use Microsoft Teams to communicate with your class, it’s easy to send a Forms quiz to students using the Assignments feature in Microsoft Teams. Students can take quizzes in Teams, and you can grade the quizzes without leaving Teams. Learn more.

Create a Quick Assessment using Polly

Polly is a 3rd party polling tool that is integrated into Teams. Watch this video for a quick tour.