Was playing around with MS Forms yesterday when I came across a feature I wasn’t aware of. Basically you can create a link which will allow others to access the a summary of responses to a particular from. I have been looking for this functionality for a while as it is often useful to allow multiple people to be able to review responses without allowing them access to change the form.
To do this simply create your form then click the responses tab. On the responses tab click the … icon to reveal the option to “Get a summary link”.
You will then see a dialogue complete with a link to share with those who you wish to be able to access the data.
Now the above is useful however I must admit I would prefer the ability to access the data as a spreadsheet as opposed to as a summary list. It would also be better if forms could provide specific access rights on a user level as opposed to in a link. This is a feature I would also like to see where you are providing collaborative access to a form. Here you are also able to create a link only, rather than to assign individual user level access. Hopefully Microsoft are working on this. For now, however, if you want to share responses as a spreadsheet or if you need user level access control you will need to look at using Google forms instead.