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I am using the following to update items in a SharePoint List whenever an Excel workbook in a SharePoint Library is updated.

If the condition isn't met, meaning rather than updating existing data in the workbook the user added a new line item that doesn't meet the condition in the flow, what should I put in the 'No' action so that the new item is added to the SharePoint List?

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I got it to the following. However, the 'No' statement creates multiples of the existing data on in the workbook to the List, rather than only adding the new item - which is eventually does create, multiple times.

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If you want to create a new SharePoint list item in the No branch of the condition, then you need to use the SharePoint action "Create Item".

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Enter the site and list and populate the item the same way you do for "Update item".

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