Microsoft Teams polls is here! Make meetings exciting

During online meetings, calling for a show of hands is a quick and easy way to gauge the sentiment of the room and receive instant feedback on event themes, or company suggestions. (Unsplash)

Microsoft Teams offers users a way to create polls right away, thanks to an integration with the Microsoft Forms app.  (Unsplash)

Microsoft Teams feature allows users to get the answers they’re looking for without leaving their meeting or group chat. (Unsplash)

Here’s how one can post a poll in Teams channel or quickly gather feedback in a chat pane. (Unsplash)

Go to the channel or chat in which you want to include a poll. At the bottom of your Teams window, select Forms. If you don't see the Forms icon, click Messaging extensions More options button, and then select Forms. (Microsoft and Unsplash)

Add your question-and-answer options. (Microsoft)

If you want to allow multiple answers, click or tap the toggle next to Multiple answers. Also select whether you want to Share results automatically after voting and/or Keep responses anonymous. Select Save. (Microsoft)

Preview your poll, and then click Edit if you want to make changes or click Send if you're ready to post it. (Unsplash)

As people in a group take the poll, users will see real time results in their group conversation. (Unsplash)

For teams that need a fast way to launch a poll during a meeting or virtual chat, using Microsoft Forms can be a useful way to get answers and feedback in real time. (Unsplash)
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