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Windows 7: Microsoft Form now available for U.S. Government Community Cloud: GCC

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Microsoft Form now available for U.S. Government Community Cloud: GCC

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Millions of education, commercial, and consumer customers have already been using Microsoft Forms, a simple, lightweight tool to create surveys, quizzes, and polls and today, we’re excited to announce Microsoft Forms is also generally available to Office 365 U.S. Government customers in GCC and GCC High environments.



With Microsoft Forms, employees can easily solicit client input, measure customer satisfaction, and organize team events within minutes. The app is simple to use and works on any web browser, so it can be accessed from anywhere, anytime. Microsoft Forms also makes it easy to understand the data right away, with real time responses and automatic charts that are in-built. And for more complex surveys, Forms supports question branching and Likert scales, plus the ability to collect 50,000 survey responses per form.

Additionally, Forms supports the addition of themes, logos, and images, for organizations and agencies that want to custom brand their surveys. Microsoft Forms has enterprise-grade security, supports such features as SOC FedRAMP and compliance, and has the ability for IT admins to manage user licenses.

As of today, Forms will be turned on for end users, by default, and available via the app launcher in GCC and GCC High. GCC customers can log in at forms.microsoft.com or through the Office app launcher. GCC High customers can log in at forms.osi.office365.us or through the Office app launcher.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What do admins need to do to make Forms available for their organization?
A:  By default, Microsoft Forms is turned on for everyone in an organization. Administrators can change access permissions for specific people in the organization. Learn more about administrator controls, security, trust, and compliance.

Q: What platforms does Microsoft Forms support? 
A: Microsoft Forms runs on Windows, Mac, Android, iOS, and web platforms. 

Q: What level of security and compliance does Microsoft Forms support? 
A: Forms is an Office 365 Tier-D service and part of the Office 365 compliance program. More information about Office 365 compliance is available at the Microsoft Trust Center.

Q: Can I control which users in my organization access Microsoft Forms
A: Yes, by assigning licenses to users, you control whom in your organization can access Microsoft Forms.

Q: Can forms created in GCC and GCC-High environments be shared externally?
A: Currently, forms can only be shared within your organization.

Q: Where can people in my organization go for more information?
A: Customers can learn more at Forms help - Office Support

We invite you to continue helping us improve Forms by submitted feature suggestions, or voting on existing ones, throughout UserVoice site. You can also engage with us and other Forms users on Tech Community, and stay current on the latest releases through our blog site.


Source: Microsoft Form is now available for U.S. Government Community Cloud: GCC and GCC High - Microsoft Tech Community - 314937


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