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pollyzzz
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Connect MS Forms with Power Apps

Hi all, Is it possible to use MS Forms for Admins to create Survey Questions and Answers, then present the survey on Power Apps so that the users can fill Surveys answers and collect them on Sharepoint.

 

Thank you very much

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v-yutliu-msft
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Hi @pollyzzz ,

Do you want to display microsoft form's survey in powerapps, then collect the data of the survey to sharepoint list?

Firstly, the prepatations:

1)create survey in microsoft form pro and create sharepoint list to collect answer

2)have premium license (microsoft form pro is premium connector, now only supported to display survey by connecting with microsoft form pro, not microsoft form)

3)connect with microsoft form pro and your sharepoint list

 

Secondly, insert the form pro survey control

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choose survey for this control.

 

Then in the ContextParameters field, enter context parameters as comma-separated key/value pairs. For example, {Name:TextInput1.Text,Email:TextInput2.Text, PageTitle:Label1.Text}. You use context parameters to capture your respondent's information and the context in which the response was provided, and store that data in the survey response.

 

You could collect data from these controls to send to your sharepoint list.

Here's a doc about this in details for your reference:

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/forms-pro/embed-survey-powerapps

 

 

Best regards,

Community Support Team _ Phoebe Liu
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MarvinBangert
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Hey @pollyzzz 

as far as I know, there is a "Forms Pro-Survey" action currently in Preview.

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The only default connector to MS Forms is the "Microsoft Forms Pro" premium connector:

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Hope this will help you!

Best regards

Marvin

 

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WarrenBelz
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Hi @pollyzzz,

As well as Forms Pro mentioned by @MarvinBangert , we use Forms (standard) for all our training tests and import and manage all data in SharePoint and Power Apps. There is a very simple Flow process that detects a Form submission and writes the data back to a SharePoint list. Emails can also be triggered from this.

Happy to share further details.

 

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v-yutliu-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @pollyzzz ,

Do you want to display microsoft form's survey in powerapps, then collect the data of the survey to sharepoint list?

Firstly, the prepatations:

1)create survey in microsoft form pro and create sharepoint list to collect answer

2)have premium license (microsoft form pro is premium connector, now only supported to display survey by connecting with microsoft form pro, not microsoft form)

3)connect with microsoft form pro and your sharepoint list

 

Secondly, insert the form pro survey control

4275.PNG

 

choose survey for this control.

 

Then in the ContextParameters field, enter context parameters as comma-separated key/value pairs. For example, {Name:TextInput1.Text,Email:TextInput2.Text, PageTitle:Label1.Text}. You use context parameters to capture your respondent's information and the context in which the response was provided, and store that data in the survey response.

 

You could collect data from these controls to send to your sharepoint list.

Here's a doc about this in details for your reference:

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/forms-pro/embed-survey-powerapps

 

 

Best regards,

Community Support Team _ Phoebe Liu
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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Hi @pollyzzz ,

If you want to do this on a standard E3 licence, I am happy to share more details.

If you are happy to pay for a premium licence, then follow the guidance of @MarvinBangert  or @v-yutliu-msft 

Hi, I would like to know how to do it on a standard licence

@pgeory ,

Simply use Forms (standard)

Hey,

 

How can you do this with an E3 license? And does every user of the app needs to have an E3 license? Or does the E3 license only applies to the user making the app.

@Siebren94 ,

Any user of the Power App needs an E3 licence, but the Forms part can be used by anyone.

@WarrenBelz 

 

So I just have to make the forms in Microsoft Forms and I can use these forms in the app I will create? It's for different application for different parts of the organization.

If it's possible, could you tell me how? It doesn't seem to integrate the form in the app.

 

Thanks.

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