📄️ Getting Started
Follow this guide to integrate Power Automate with monday.com. In this guide, we create a new Power Automate flow using the "When an item is created" monday trigger, then save the item name to an Excel spreadsheet.
📄️ Creating an Action
In this guide, we will create a monday action, which will be executed manually from inside Power Automate.
📄️ Creating a Trigger
In this guide, we create a new Power Automate flow using the "When an item is created" monday trigger, then save the item name to an Excel spreadsheet.
📄️ Updating an Item
There are two ways to update an item in monday.com from Power Automate:
📄️ Filtering Items
**Note: The ability to filter items will be available with Version 3 of the connector. This connector version is scheduled to be available February or March 2024.**
📄️ Microsoft Forms Example
To capture Microsoft Form submissions and automatically add them to a board in monday.com, follow the steps below to get started. After following the steps below, your flow should look similar to the following image:
📄️ Determining App Usage
If you would like to better understand the number of executions that have occurred for your actions/triggers, the Power Automate App Usage view in monday.com is a great way to do this. It shows a breakdown of how many executions each action/trigger is making on a monthly basis.
📄️ What's a monday ID?
Monday.com uses IDs to uniquely identify items, workspaces, boards, users, and other objects.
Currently, only the following column types can be read or created in actions and triggers:
📄️ Frequently Asked Questions
How do I get all of an item's column data from the When an item is created trigger?