Polls can be run within a Teams channel, in a Teams chat or during a Teams meeting for attendees to view and answer.
As a meeting organizer or presenter, you can also use Microsoft Forms to create polls before your Microsoft Teams meeting, then launch them during it so attendees from any endpoint (mobile, web, desktop) can view and answer. You can even poll attendees before your meeting and collect information ahead of it.
When you launch your poll, it will pop up as a notification on the meeting screen and also appear in the meeting chat window. Attendees can also create ad-hoc polls during a meeting to get quick feedback on the spot.
You can create a poll and launch it before, during, or after your meeting has taken place.
When you launch a poll, it will appear as a pop up notification on the meeting screen and also be shown in the meeting chat.
Meeting organisers and presenters.
Any member of the Team.
For further information on how to set up a poll for use during a teams meeting, please refer to the following Microsoft article.
By using Microsoft Forms within your team you can create an instant, real time poll in seconds. You can post a poll in your Teams channel or quickly gather feedback in a chat pane.
For further information on how to set up a poll for use within a Teams channel or chat, please refer to the following Microsoft Article.