Getting your colleagues to take surveys in Microsoft Teams could soon be a lot more intuitive thanks to a new update to the service.
The video conferencing platform has revealed a new addition that will see "scoring" questions added to the official Surveys app within Microsoft Teams.
This should open up your Teams polls to a much broader range of questions capable of covering the strength of opinions or feelings about a particular topic or area, for example, "On a scale of 1-10, how strongly do you think that today's meeting was useful?" ?"
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In the official Microsoft 365 roadmap (opens in a new tab), the company notes that the update will allow Teams meeting owners to easily create and launch feedback surveys to "increase engagement and gather feedback from participants." of the meeting".
Once collected, meeting owners will also be able to share the results live, providing much faster insight into the issues that matter to your business.
The roadmap entry says the feature will work across Forms and Microsoft Teams, and will be available across the mobile, web, and desktop versions of the service. It's currently listed as in development, but its release date is set for June 2022, which means Microsoft could put the finishing touches on the feature now.
The update is the latest in a series of expansions to Microsoft Teams, as the company looks to continue to ensure the service is as useful as possible for users, especially when it comes to surveys, which were first introduced in November 2021. .
Recently, a new update for Microsoft Teams added a number of improvements for polls, including the ability to offer suggested polls, based on the purpose of the meeting and polls the user has created in the past.
Teams will also suggest specific options for different questions where appropriate, and will also introduce a new question type, called "open text," that will allow meeting hosts to collect open input from attendees.
Elsewhere, Teams will also collect the most common text phrases used in open-ended responses to give hosts an instant overview, and if a poll of any kind was triggered during a meeting, Teams will automatically provide a summary report to hosts. organizers and presenters. .