There is a question type in Microsoft Forms that allows the responder to upload a file. This file is automatically uploaded to OneDrive. With Power Automate, you can build a flow that will extract the responses to questions in a form, including a link to file attachments, then send it in an email.
By using the Word Online (Business) connector for Power Automate, you can create documents using the information collected within a Microsoft Form response. Beginning with a Microsoft Word template, you can use the connector in a flow to take inputs from a form submission, populate them in a template, and save the document.
If you're using Microsoft Forms you can create a dataset in Power BI to collect the feedback or information from form submissions. This can then be used in your reports and dashboards for your reporting needs. Using Power Automate, each time someone submits a response to your Form, the data will be stored a a … Continue reading Use Power Automate to add Microsoft Forms submissions to a Power BI dataset
When someone submits a Microsoft Form, you can build flows based on their response. If your form contains the rating question type, and you want this to influence the actions taken in your flow (such as a notification if someone provides a poor rating), you'll need to first add in another step to make sure … Continue reading Power Automate conditions based on a rating response in Microsoft Forms
If you have just discovered Power Automate, knowing where to start can be difficult. Power Automate is a no-code tool from Microsoft that allows you to work smarter by automating your repetitive tasks. You likely already have Power Automate included in your work Office license. Just head over to http://www.flow.microsoft.com and sign in with your … Continue reading Power Automate for beginners: Templates & send a Teams notification when a new Form response is submitted
How you can bring your past data into your Power BI dataset, so that you can see both historical and new data in your real-time dashboard.
Time to complete: 25 minutes approx This activity will take you through how you can build a real-time dashboard in Power BI. With help from Power Automate, you can see the changes in Power BI occur before your eyes, by creating a push dataset. This activity will demonstrate a scenario using Microsoft Forms. You can use … Continue reading Tutorial: Create your first Power BI real-time dashboard