I work for a forms company and we use logic apps to pump data into excel tables. We have a dynamic table option and if you add more than one row the flow with 'apply to each' will pump out each row fine, but it does this for each time a new row is added. i.e if there's 7 rows in a dynamic table and you try to add that to an excel sheet you end up with each row listed... 7 times for a total of 49 rows. I would be able to fix this with a do until loop, but because Microsoft feels the need to hold my hand it automatically applies the 'apply to each' condition before the loop. Please add an checkbox option to turn that feature on and off.