PowerAutomate, Forms->Excel Part 2

So last post I went over how I used PowerAutomate (Flow) to push stuff form Forms to Excel. But a colleague had a different question so I thought I’d go over that scenario here. I have two grade 10 math sections, and I used the Microsoft SEL Form (from here) […]

PowerAutomate, Forms->Excel

So during RemoteLearning in order to be able to manage things, we combine our Grade 9 classes across three teachers into one class. Now, before everyone panics, that meant a total of 30 students in one “class” -= our sections are small and at least two of the three teachers […]

Yes! Oui! Si! 是的!

I use Microsoft Forms a fair bit but mostly it’s with my own students. But when I’m working with larger groups outside the school, it’s a nice option to offer a multi-lingual entry form (especially in Canada where the two official languages are English & French). Microsoft Forms adds a […]

Voting in Outlook

While you can certainly use Microsoft Forms to collect information and put it into a spreadsheet easily, sometimes you just need a simple yes/no or single selection. And Outlook lets you do that with VOTING BUTTONS. The process is very (very) easy. Start by creating a new email.  On the […]

File Upload in Microsoft Forms

A nice feature now in Microsoft Forms : File Upload!(Remember that all of Office365 — including Forms and OneNote– are free to teachers & students)This is a great option for both Forms and Quizzes… you can now ask people to do work in OneNote and then screenclip it (using the […]

Getting info easily – Microsoft Forms

So, as I’m getting ready for our training for new Faculty I thought I’d put together the steps for making a survey or collecting data. You can see some of my other posts on Microsoft Forms by clicking the link. 1. VISIT http://forms.microsoft.com and sign in with your Office365 ID/password.  […]