This Article will cover adding a row to a Excel Workbook when a new registration is taken in Arlo
There are a lot of variations on how you can use this Zap to suit your specific needs, such as filtering results so only registrations with certain sessions selected and have paid are added to specific workbooks. In this example we'll keep it very simple and go through adding a specific events registrants to its associated workbook.
- To create and use these Zaps you will need to have a starter plan or above with Zapier to access multi-step Zaps.
- You will need a Office 365 account with Excel set up.
- In your Zapier Dashboard select Create Zap
- Search for and Select Arlo from the app selector
- Choose New Event as the Trigger Event and click Continue
- Choose your account and click Continue
- On the find data step click Test and Continue
If Zapier says it cannot find any events to display try create a new registration in your platform, waiting a couple minutes and click test again.
- Click Continue after the test has completed
- Search for and select Microsoft Excel as the new Trigger
- For Choose Action Event select Add Row and click Continue
- Select the Microsoft account you'd like to connect to the Zap
You will need to connect to your Microsoft account if this is the first time you've used it for a Zap.
- Specify where the Zap can find the Excel Spreadsheet and Worksheet
- Zapier will then pull in the columns you have set up in the Worksheet.
- Enter the Arlo registration information from Arlo you'd like to use
This information will be unique to your worksheet and is where you can leverage the greatest value from Zapier, creating highly customised spreadsheets that are part of a larger workflow!
- With the Spreadsheet selected and the Arlo information inputted to the relevant columns, click Continue
- In the final step you can test that the Zap will work and a new row is added successfully. Click Test & Continue
- The new event will be in your chosen calendar
- The Zap is now created and ready to go, all that's left is to give it a name and turn it on