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Automate Your Workday with Formstack and Microsoft

Lacey Jackson
February 4, 2021
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We live in a data-driven world. And, when it comes to decision-making, having your critical business data at your fingertips is key to making the best choices. But many businesses rely on software that doesn’t communicate or share data efficiently. These organizations end up with data silos that hinder their ability to scale their business and work quickly. 

We’ve created a better way to work. Formstack and Microsoft have teamed up to help your business crush data silos and add automation to your workday. 

By integrating your Formstack forms with Microsoft Power Automate, you’ll be able to instantly send form submissions to any Microsoft product. In today’s video tutorial, we’re going to walk through how to add the Formstack Forms connector to any of your Power Automate flows. It only takes three easy steps to level up any Microsoft workflow with automated data collection and sharing. 

This Microsoft + Formstack video tutorial will show you how easy it is to automate these five actions: 

  1. Create and update records in Microsoft Dynamics
  2. Send form submission notifications to Microsoft Teams 
  3. Add a new line item to Microsoft Excel Online 
  4. Upload a file or create a new item in Sharepoint
  5. Upload files directly to OneDrive 

Ready to start automating your workday with Formstack and Microsoft? Get started today with a free trial of Formstack Forms.


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Lacey Jackson
Lacey is a Product Marketing Manager at Formstack who is dedicated to creating content that showcases the power of the Formstack Platform. When she’s not creating Formstack Builders tutorials, she can be found reading, playing board games, or strolling with her dog. Lacey is a graduate of Franklin College.
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