Microsoft Forms are a great way to quickly gather survey results or produce quizzes. It could be testing employees on health and safety in OneNote or it could be setting students a topic quiz in Class Notebook.
In this post, I’m going to go through the steps on how to add a quiz to OneNote.
First, create a new page and call it “Quiz”.
Go to the insert tab in the ribbon and select “Forms”.
Here you will see a list of any forms and quizzes that you previously created in addition to the new options.
Click “New Quiz”.
Microsoft Forms will open in a new tab, give the quiz a title and description.
Click “Add question” and select “Choice”.
Enter a question and all the options, you can press “Add option” to add more answer options.
Next to each answer option, you can provide some feedback for users who select this option using the speech bubble icon (see highlighted below).
Mark the correct answer by selecting the tick icon (see highlighted below).
At the bottom of the question, you can assign points for the correct answer, allow multiple answers and make it a required question.
By pressing the menu (…), you can bring up more options such as shuffling the answers or writing math equations.
You can add more questions by clicking “Add question”. The form will save automatically as you edit it (no save button).
When you have finished creating your quiz, switch the browser tab back to the OneNote file, you will see that the quiz has now appeared in the “My forms” list.
Press the “Insert” button.
Our quiz is now embedded on the page!
When users complete the quiz, they will see their points after pressing submit (with feedback on each question).
The author of the quiz can go back into “Microsoft Forms” via the app launcher (see highlighted below).
They can then see a detailed breakdown of the results with the option to export to Excel.
Microsoft Forms can also be added to SharePoint pages, so you can enhance your intranet with surveys and quizzes!
Microsoft Forms is a great tool in the Office 365 package. By using this tool in your organisation, you could really improve engagement with users.
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