Teams Real Simple with Pictures: Managing User Feedback to Microsoft with Powershell

It's a new year! A new start! And so much more to do! It's going to be another exciting year for Microsoft Teams and whilst I intended to publish 12 things I would like to see drop in Microsoft Teams 2021 on New Years Day, I just got too damn excited about it and ended up publishing it early. Now, Uservoice is a great way to suggest and vote up on features you want to see, but what many don't know is that it's also a great place to check out and submit bugs with its own defined bugs section. However, there is also an alternative to uservoice which is the give feedback section within the Microsoft Teams application itself

Teams Real Simple with Pictures – Getting Feedback to the Team with Forms & Flow Notifications

From time to time it's important to get feedback to the Team. Within the Team itself this can be done in several ways. Two examples are Polly - the app which allows the pollster to snap poll members of the team, as well as Yammer Q&A's via a Yammer Tab. However, today we'll focus on feedback from outside the Team and getting feedback to the Team. An effective way to do this is with Microsoft Forms.

Microsoft Forms is a simple, lightweight app that lets you easily create surveys, quizzes, and polls. It's a very popular app - very pragmatic and meaningful, yet its also a young app. It means that it still has a long way to go and a lot of development needs to occur for it to have parity with competitors such as SurveyMonkey.