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I want to create a survey in office 365 where anyone can go and submit a response and there should be no need to login

Is there a way to achieve this?

I am also ok to create a public facing page, and use CSOM to submit response to list

Can someone please suggest a possible solution for achieving this

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It basically depends on what kind of site you created under Office 365.

Office 365 only allows anonymous access when creating a "Public Facing Site" template

Any other templates, like "Team Sites" do no support anonymous access.

In the survey settings, you need to set the anonymous access to make to public.

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    the problem I have with public facing site is that they are not supported anymore – Vignesh Subramanian Aug 29 '17 at 6:00
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I would suggest you to use Microsoft Forms, this is something new that has been recently introduced. It has an option to allow anon users to respond

STEP 1: Create survey

survey

STEP 2 :Share the survey link through mail or you can also embed it where ever you want. Anyone with this link can respond to the survey

survey output

  • yeah i thought of that first, but I want to make some css style changes as per the requirement which doesn't seem possible in forms :( – Vignesh Subramanian Aug 29 '17 at 5:59

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