Despite the fact that I’ve been using Google Forms for as long as it’s been around, and that it’s my default tool for creating online forms and quizzes, there are some things about Microsoft Forms that I prefer over Google Forms. from One of those things is the ability to convert a Word document into a Microsoft form. Another is the ability to create a timed quiz without using any external, third-party tools. These are two of the fifteen things featured in my new playlist of Microsoft Forms tutorials for teachers. The above features and three more are featured in the playlist videos embedded below.