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Is there a way to connect Microsoft Forms with Dynamics 365 with the help of Microsoft Flow or any other connector?
Here are some links that I found on the net regarding your question. I hope that they help.Connect from Microsoft PowerApps to Dynamics 365Microsoft Forms and Flow - Power Users CommunityRegister and use custom connectors | Microsoft Flow
Why has my Microsoft Form stopped sending form responses to the corresponding spreadsheet?
It might be related to the fact that I had the spreadsheet for results open on my desktop version of Excel connected to Office 365 when I submitted the form. However, I have since made a copy of the form and sent through a test response - still no responses going through. This is after 8 responses went through with a problem!For more details, I can confirm the following:The form is active and accepting responsesThe spreadsheet is still connected to the form as it links to it from the ‘responses’ page on the form page when I click ‘Open in Excel’ (see below) - and no, it is not in another tab on that spreadsheet - I have checkedResponses have gone through as it shows them in the responses tab (see above) but there are only 8 that have gone across to my spreadsheetIf anyone can help, it would be much appreciated!!Thanks,Steve
How can you change the email notifications recipient of a Microsoft Form?
It looks like Microsoft Flow is the way to go right now. Here’s an article that might help: How To Notify A User Of Newly Submitted Microsoft Forms Response Via Email.You’ll find access to Microsoft Flow training resources here: Office 365 Training Portal | FlowAnd there is a Microsoft UserVoice request for this functionality to be available directly in Microsoft Forms — you can find it here: allow form responses to be sent to an email or multiple emails. we are trying to use Microsoft form instead of google docs to no availHope some of that helps,Graham