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Add a Row in Excel Using Power Automate and Microsoft Forms

In the fast-paced world of today, it’s important that data handling is done well. By automating things that you do often, you can get a lot more done. Putting together Microsoft Excel, Power Automate, and Microsoft Forms is a useful way to collect and organize data. In this piece, we’ll look at how Power Automate and Microsoft Forms can be used to add a row in Excel. 

  

Understanding Power Automate and Microsoft Forms 

  

Before we get into the details, let’s get to know the tools we have at hand. Microsoft’s Power Automate is a powerful automation platform that lets you set up workflows to make jobs and processes run automatically. On the other hand, Microsoft Forms is an easy-to-use program that lets you make polls, quizzes, and forms to collect information from people. 

  

Setting Up Your Power Automate Flow 

  

To begin, access Power Automate and create an ‘Automated Cloud’ flow. You’ll select triggers ‘When a new response is submitted ‘. Like this image –

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