How To Track Facebook Wall Messages In An Excel Table Using Microsoft Flow

Microsoft Flow

Microsoft Flow is a cloud-based service. It allows us to react to an event in one service and play with that data into another service. It makes it practical and simple for line-of-business. The users can build workflows that automatically accomplish some business tasks and processes across applications and services.

It helps us to monitor all our workflows with the help of a great cloud solution called “Microsoft Flow”. Before reading this article, please go through some important articles mentioned below.

Connecting to Facebook and save the posts in an Excel spreadsheet

Here, we are building a flow that can save and track the Facebook wall messages in an Excel table automatically.


Facebook is a social networking website and service where users can post comments, share photographs and links to the news or other interesting content on the web, play games, chat live, and even stream live videos. The shared content can be made publicly accessible, or it can be shared only among a select group of friends or family, or with a single person. Log in to the Facebook from here.


Microsoft Excel is a spreadsheet developed by Microsoft for Windows, macOS, Android, and iOS. It features calculations, graphing tools, pivot tables, and a macro programming language called Visual Basic for Applications.

How to create a Microsoft Flow for saving the Facebook Posts to the Excel sheet


  • Microsoft Account – Corporate ID.
  • Facebook Account.
  • MS Office.

Follow the below steps to build a Flow using a template.

Step 1

Log in to

Here is the dashboard.

Step 2

Choose the Templates menu from the menu bar.

Search for Facebook in the search bar and choose "Track Facebook wall messages in an Excel table".

Now, click on the "Use this template" button.

Step 3

Configure by signing in to Facebook and giving it permission to access our accounts.

Step 4

Next, we need to sign into Excel.

We will choose the Dropbox option here to create a new connection.

Now, both, Facebook and Excel, are connected to the flow. Just choose "Continue".

Step 5

Next, we need to configure Facebook and Excel. Choose File Name and Table Name for saving the Facebook post to the Excel Filename.

Choose Column 1 and Column 2.

Flow is created successfully.



For testing, post on Facebook.


Now, the post should be saved in the Excel sheet in Dropbox.


Excel Sheet


The history of Flow.



I hope you understood how to save the Facebook posts to an Excel sheet automatically and how to run it. Stay tuned for more articles related to Flow.