Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Understanding Excel surveys, part of SharePoint 2013: Customizing List Forms.
- Here you're seeing an Excel Survey…and behind it the workbook that actually gets created…when you create the survey form.…So let's talk about Excel Surveys…and their role and form creation…here in SharePoint.…An Excel Survey is not the same…as the SharePoint Survey app.…When you use the SharePoint Survey app,…the results are stored in a SharePoint list.…And if you wanted to do some analysis,…you could pull them down to Excel.…But an Excel Survey is actually stored in Excel.…
It's a more Informal tool.…Originally we saw this in OneDrive.…You could create a new Excel Survey there…long before you could in SharePoint.…And the reason is the results live…in an Excel workbook, not in a SharePoint list.…But in this particular case,…we're gonna store that workbook…in a SharePoint document library…because we're gonna start with SharePoint.…If we started with OneDrive,…we'd be storing our Excel workbook…in a OneDrive repository or a OneDrive folder.…This is hosted then in either SharePoint or in OneDrive.…
And one of the cool things about Excel Surveys…
AuthorGini von Courter
- Setting options for default list forms
- Modifying form layouts with InfoPath Designer
- Creating an Access web app to use as a list form
- Creating Excel surveys
- Sharing the results from Excel surveys
Skill Level Intermediate
SharePoint Designer 2013: Custom Workflowswith Gini von Courter6h 51m Intermediate
1. Understanding Forms in SharePoint
2. Using InfoPath to Create List Forms
3. Creating Custom Forms with Access Web Apps
4. Using Excel Surveys to Create Forms
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