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Using Excel data in an internal web page



I've seen a problem in various places in our organisation and I'd like to provide a solution.

Users want to use data from Excel in Office 365 on a big screen to display statistics. They usually try to connect a logged in PC to a big TV and then come up with lots of problems with security and logins timing out etc. 


Ideally I'd like to find a way to get live data out of Office 365 into a webpage, served internally on our network. We could then easily display that web page on a big TV, using a signage device that can connect to the web. No need to run a logged in PC.

Is there an easy way to get data from Flow into an on-premise web server?






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Re: Using Excel data in an internal web page

Hi @BruceR,


I am afraid there is no proper workaround to get data from Flow into an on-premise web server.

If you want to function that you mentioned to be supported in Microsoft Flow, please submit an idea to Flow Ideas Forum:


Best Regards,



Community Support Team _ Barry
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