I am experimenting with Microsoft Power Automate but quite recently I encountered a problem which is too complex for me to solve.
I have three Excel sheets in three separate folders on my SharePoint site. Each of the tables contains relevant data. I would like to merge those three sheets into one sheet using Microsoft Power Automate.
Below I attach the screenshots of what I was trying to do to solve the problem:
- Here is an example of how the data looks in a specific folder:
- Here is an example of what the data from that folder looks in the Excel:
On the picture above you can see that I am launching the flow using a button in another list. The button works correctly and executes the flow as I wanted it to do.
6.After all those steps I would finally like to show how the output from my flow looks in my Excel file.
What I would like to achieve to load the data from the three aforementioned Excel files, insert it into one Excel worksheet so that the data is grouped in chronological order.This means that basically we are first loading the data from one Excel worksheet and inserting it into the Excel sheet "Data1" and later on loading and inserting the two remaining sheets.
Taking into account in each file there are three rows of data, altogether there should be nine rows of data inserted into my Excel File "Data1".
If you have any other idea how to solve the problem, that is more than welcome. You do not have to rely on my data and instead you could use some data of your own.
I know that the issue is quite complex and long however I hope that one of you might know how to help me.