It's super easy to setup an automation in Power Automate to get notified when someone submits their answers in a Microsoft Form. You can also add a condition, so you get an email or mobile notification only when a specific answer is submitted.
Learn to combine Office Scripts with Power Automate so you can run your macros without opening your files. You'll learn how to create a script, how to loop through each sheet in the script and how to setup Power Automate to apply the script to every file in a folder.
This example gets you started with Office Scripts in Excel. You'll learn how to record a macro and how to modify the script to get a dynamic range. You'll also learn where to find the Office Script and how to save it with your workbook.
Guess what? You can send bulk personalized emails directly from Excel with attachments. You don't need any VBA or external add-ins. It's really easy to set this up.
Learn to combine Microsoft Excel with Power Automate and get more done! We'll look at two practical examples: Record your working hours in Excel by clicking a button on your phone - AND - Post on LinkedIn from the comfort of your Excel file.
Learn how to use Microsoft's Power Automate with examples. With Power Automate you get to automate boring and repetitive tasks across applications. We take a look at two examples: Bulk PDF creation and a Planner to Outlook automation.