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Hands on: Microsoft 365 forms

  • Start: 11th June, 2024 @ 10:30AM
  • End: 11th June, 2024 @ 11:30AM
  • Online

There are lots of online forms or survey tools out there. But if you are already using Microsoft 365 for your organisational email and file storage solutions, why not try their form tools to get you started. In fact they even have some features that are only available if you upgrade other tools to paid for plans.

This is a practical hands-on course. There will be mini tasks set during the session so you gain confidence in setting up your own forms.

There will also be follow up one to one support available for those who need it.

This session will cover

  • key form set up features
  • creating simple forms with a range of question types
  • adding branching
  • sharing your forms
  • accessing responses

Pre-course requirement

You will need to have access to a Microsoft 365 account so you can try setting up a form. Please come prepared and already logged in, so you can follow instructions to access the Form tools and start building your own. Please contact us if this will be an issue – we may be able to provide some ‘dummy accounts’ if needed.

Am I eligible for this course?

Priority for this course will be given to Trust for London funded small charities and community organisations working in London.

Is this course for me?

This course is for staff, trustees or volunteers of small charities or community organisations working in London who need to collect data from the people they support.

Course format

Online technical group training

This is an online interactive live training session. You’ll take part in interactive exercises such as breakout room discussions, polls or chat conversations.

You will be asked to complete individual technical tasks on your PC or laptop. You will not be able to join this training using a mobile device. It’s likely that you will need to either create online accounts or download appropriate software, which we’ll tell you about in advance.


Karen McLean is a Superhighways Data Support Adviser, helping small charities and community groups gain essential digital and data skills backed by the right tech to achieve their goals.

Clare Chamberlain has worked in various roles at London based CVS organisations since 2008 and joined Superhighways in June 2020. She is a Data Support Adviser, helping small charities and community groups to better use the data they collect when supporting communities, to clearly share the story of their work.