With the release of Microsoft Forms, Microsoft has made some moves that might signal they are ready to compete with Google in this area, (along with some other areas that are education related.) Like the name, the product is pretty comparable to Google's. It is clean, simple, easy to use. And since it is included with your DMPS Office365 account, you already have an login for it, it appears in your waffle and you can easily collab with others. The one thing that held me back from using it or recommending it to anyone was that I couldn't see a way to create what Google calls a nested question. For example, if you answer Q1 with a Yes, then you get a certain next question, but if you answer Q1 with a No, you get a different follow-up question. Not having that functionality was a deal breaker for me. Today though, I read an article that shone some light on the situation. It IS possible with Microsoft Forms. They call it "Branching" and it is available under that all-encompassing "three dots" button in the upper-right corner of your screen. I tested it out and was satisfied with the results. I'm looking forward to my next opportunity to build a feedback or survey form so I can do a little more kicking of the tires. Until then, try it out and let me know your thoughts!
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