Categories: Microsoft Forms Pro
EFFECTIVE: 2020-21-07 – Microsoft announced that Forms Pro was becoming Dynamics 365 Customer Voice. While elements of this blog post may still be accurate, keep in mind that the product has change. You can review the blogs in the D635 Customer Voice category which is being added to over time.

It’s 2020 and no doubt you feel like you’ve never been away from work, straight back into it! Hopefully, you had some time off at the end of the year, and maybe even took some of it to think about your plans and goals for the coming 12 months. For me, one of the things I am most passionate about is training, going back to how I first got into working with software well over a decade ago. I’m excited about some new ways I can share knowledge and information about Microsoft Forms Pro.

1. Blogs & Videos

Since July 2017 I have provided at least one blog post each week, adding in videos in 2019. I will always continue to do this, it’s what I love about this community. The ability to share ideas and provide education for our peers is a powerful thing, one could even call it a Power Platform ????

2. Online Course

So, there will always be the free stuff, but sometimes you just want all of the information all at once, and in a clear, guided instructional format. Enter my new Forms Pro course which you can find here. I’m offering a new year discount throughout the month of January. If you are interested, use coupon code PRO2020 to get 20% off the cost of the course. There are 85 lessons across 10 different sections with each video, quiz, and chapter designed to help you gain a full and comprehensive understanding of this powerful survey tool. A by-product of attending this course is a greater understanding of Microsoft Power Automate as we use triggers and actions based on data within your Common Data Service environment.

3. Scottish Summit Special!

Next, if you haven’t heard about Scottish Summit, on Saturday, February 29th, 2020, where have you been? In addition to the main event, there are pre-day events happening on Thursday and Friday. Friday is a series of hackathons, and Thursday includes classroom training from myself and other MVPs. I will be teaching a one day course on Forms Pro. You can register to attend here. In addition, attending this event will also give you free access to my online course above, giving you even more information and training materials.

4. UK Classroom Training

Finally, if you can’t make it to Glasgow for Scottish Summit, but still would like to attend an in-person training course, I will be teaching several times throughout the coming months. I’ve teamed up with fellow MVP Feridun Kadir and will be at his training facilities to teach. You can check out the entire schedule here. I will be teaching my Forms Pro course with one and two day options, and also have an SSRS/FetchXML Report Writing class for those interested in writing their own reports (because Power BI is NOT always the right option! ????).

I hope to see you in class either online in my course, or at one of the classroom training events over the next few months. Happy learning!

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