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Microsoft Forms is receiving a bunch of new themes that will give users even more options when creating content. In a blog post, Microsoft says the additions will help Forms be more powerful in the new hybrid productivity space.

“There are tremendous amount new themes (both static and animate) arriving in Microsoft Forms which hopefully could attract more attention from your audience and make them “feel” the excitement and connections behind screens, especially in the new hybrid world.”

Thousands of new themes are available, and as this is the Holiday Season, a bunch of them reflect upcoming festivities. Microsoft says they allow users to make more emotional content in Microsoft Forms.

Importantly, many of the themes are copyright free, so they can be used whenever someone wants and in any situation.

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To access the new collection of themes, head to any form and then Theme pane > Theme ideas > see more Theme ideas. Microsoft is welcoming all users to trial the themes and provide feedback.

Microsoft Forms is a platform that helps professionals and educators create content in minutes. Forms can be surveys, feedback forms, or quizzes. They can be shared with anyone, and form owners can see the results of completed forms in real time.

In 2019, Microsoft rolled out the Pro version of Forms. Available globally through the Dynamics 365 Enterprise license, Microsoft Forms Pro is also available to other Office 365 users.

Dynamics 365 users can access Microsoft Forms Pro for free, although they are limited to 2,000 survey responses per month. Office 365 users can buy that same number of responses for $100 each month, which is about 5 cents per response.

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