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Dec 31, 2019
Create New Year’s Resolutions list with Public Web Forms and Microsoft Power Automate
Angelika Cherina
Angelika Cherina
Lead Marketing Specialist

For this blog post, I have prepared a public web form for New Year’s resolutions list and integrated it into the workflow with the help of Microsoft Power Automate to get a ready DOCX by email.

I’ve created the form with Plumsail Forms. This is how it looks:


Open the form by clicking the link — New Year’s Resolutions Form.

After filling in and submitting the form you will receive your personal, let it call, a ‘to-do’ list for 2020.


You can mark the message as important and check with it from time to time to see if you keep your promises. Or save the list to the notebook, or maybe even print and stick it to the wall.

To generate a DOCX from a template I used Plumsail documents. I won’t describe this simple process here. You can find the needed information in the documentation.

My purpose is to remind of life values and congratulate everyone with New Year 2020 🎄

It’s so humanly to think about changes when it comes to the beginning of the period like Monday, you know🙂, the first day of the month, of the season… And the New Year seems to be the most strong occasion to start and to change.

Not without reason, there is a tradition of making New Year’s resolutions.

As you may have noticed from the form, I’ve put some hints for resolutions ideas based on top popular ones.


On top there are always family, friends, health, exploring new things. It’s obvious that we need time to achieve goals🎯

We at Plumsail are sincerely passionate about creating simple-to-use tools that help to automate processes.

They mean you won’t waste time on repeating routine but spend it on creating and learning something new📖 🌎

They mean that you won’t work overtime due to things that can be automated but spend this time with your family and friends ❤️

Have a great start to a great year! 🎉

Wishing you all the best,

Plumsail team.

Note: The post has been originally published at Medium:
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