Recently, we’ve introduced MS Account authorization for public web forms. Now, this authentication can be used to restrict access to specific users — only users from a specific domain, specific Azure Active Directory groups, or even to specific users selected by name.
First of all, you need to design a public web form in our web editor, and go to form’s settings → Sharing settings, where you can enable authentication via MS Account, you can also specify Microsoft 365 tenant from which users are allowed to open and submit the form:
You will need to give permissions to the form to access users in your tenant, so that the authorization can work:
Additionally, you can select certain users and Microsoft 365 groups, and only allow them to work with the form:
Users without access would not see the form:
Users that are allowed, will see the form properly after login:
If you’re interested in this functionality, and want to give it a try, check out our guide to start using public web forms.