Microsoft Forms is a great tool for creating free, user-friendly surveys, surveys, quizzes and questionnaires. It includes branching, which allows you to send users to different questions depending on their previous answers. You can add branches to your form as follows.
To use Microsoft Forms, you need a free Microsoft account (or a paid Office 365 account). After you have logged in, go to the Forms home page to get started. If you have not used Forms before, we have a full manual for how to use it. Go through this quickly because you need to know how to add questions before you can add branching.
If you've never used branching, it's a fairly simple concept: the next question a user sees depends on what answer they give to the previous question. So if your form asks a question with a choice of answers, A or B, branching will send the user to one question if he answers "A", and another question if she answers "B".
Let's see an example. We will make a simple survey in which we want to know the favorite sport of people and their favorite player in that sport. The first question will be: "What is your favorite sport?" and we offer three options:
If they are for & # 39; Baseball & # 39; we continue with the question: & # 39; Who is your favorite baseball player? & # 39; If they & # 39; Basketball & # 39; we continue with the question: & # 39; Who is your favorite basketball player? & # 39; and so on.
This is how this works in practice. Click the "New Form" button in Forms to begin.
This opens an empty form. Click on "Form without title" and then type a name for your survey
Now click on the "Add New" button to add a new question.
Branch works most effectively with "Choice" questions, so select that option.
We now need to add a question and answer choices.
Before we can add branching, we must add the different questions that users will see depending on their answers. We add three more questions, one for the three choices we have given the user.
The questions must be simple text questions. Our complete survey looks like this:
Now we can add branches. Click on the menu button with three dots in the top right corner and then select "Branching" in the menu.
The form now shows the branch options for your choice question.
Click on the drop-down list to select which question you want the user to see for each answer they select.
Choose the correct question for each choice.
We must ensure users see only the questions that we want them to see, which means that the other questions are hidden. So if someone selects "Baseball," we want them to be "Who is your favorite baseball player?" ask and no other.
Select the second question and choose from the "End of the form" drop-down list
Select the third and fourth questions and Do the same.
When you have finished making your choices, click "Back" to switch from the branch view to the normal design view. 
The form looks exactly the same as before, but with a branch symbol to indicate that you have added branch lines.
To see the branch in action, click the "Preview" button at the top right of the form.
When you choose an option from the first question, the second question will change so that it matches.
You can use branches for any type of question to send people to the next question, a specific question, or to the end of the form. In our example, we could have added branches that people have sent to the end of the form if they have chosen a favorite baseball or basketball player, but they have sent to additional questions if they have chosen a favorite football player.
Although it is fairly easy to use, branching allows you to create complex forms easily and quickly. If you use forms all the time, it becomes an indispensable tool in no time.