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Find template designs that bring as much function to your projects as they do design. Whether you need a web form or something that can be filled out on paper, use Microsoft Forms to customize any of these templates.
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Frequently asked questions
Whether you're requesting feedback from your peers, starting a virtual sign-up sheet, or managing an RSVP list, form templates are the way to get personalized details from others. You can ask yes-or-no questions, set up a 5-star rating, ask multiple-choice questions, let the user type freely, and more to get the most detailed feedback you can.
You can use form templates to ask for feedback via surveys, sign-up sheets, registration information, and more. You can track anonymous responses using form templates or you can include a field where users can type in their identifying details.
If you're deciding between reactive or template-driven forms, the better choice depends upon what your needs are. Template-driven forms have basic requirements that make it easy for you to add to while being less scalable. Reactive forms are more robust and more scalable. While reactive forms are more complex to use, you can reuse the same form once you've customized it to your liking.