With multi-language support in Microsoft Forms, you can create a form or survey in your own language, then allow your audience to respond in their preferred language. When you receive responses, they'll be stored in a single form that is in your own default language.
Add languages and translate
Click More form settings , and then select Multilingual.
Under Additional Language, click Add additional language.
You can search for a language or scroll through the language list to add the language you want.
Note: A single form can support up to 11 languages, including your primary language.
Hover over your added language and click the Edit language pencil icon.
Click on the title section to begin your translating.
Click on the text box under the title and translate the text above it. Also do this for the questions in your form.
Click Back when you're finished with translation.
What responders will see
Once you send your form, responders will receive the form in their default language (if you've added that language and translated it in your form). If preferred, they can select another language in the dropdown list at the top right hand corner of the form.
Receive multiple language responses in a single form
All of your responses, no matter the language in which your responders answered, will appear in your own primary language. When you click the More Details link under each question, you'll see a language column to view how each language group responded. When you view your results in Excel, this language column will also show up in your workbook.
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