It would be great if we could import excel files directly into Spark. I know it is not possible now but maybe some day????
I also love this idea. I would use it more or less as an 'advanced mail merge' for the purposes of creating a custom presentation –– not unlike 'variable data' in Illustrator or 'data merge' in InDesign. So that we could develop a solid Adobe Spark presentation and then save out variable versions –– adding the ability to update some of the copy/text within Spark to create custom pricing or sales presentations would be a gamechanger.
If I could add an excel sheet (preferably with live updates) I would use it to create virtual game programs for various NCAA matches. I could pull rosters and stats from various websites into an excel sheet and then put that data into a spark page.
I am using the adobe webpage for a class and we have to put examples of our work on the webpage. Part of my work is in excel. It would be nice to be able to attach the excel file to my webpage so that my professor can click on the excel file and filter through the information on that file.
I second this idea! I have been using Adobe Spark to create webpages with the exact same content, except for a custom "Thank You, John!" message at the beginning. It would save time to have that name field populate from an Excel or CSV, rather than copy and edit dozens of individual pages. It would enable a much larger scale too - hundreds of "custom" pages built using one design and a CSV.
Interesting! Could you shed a bit more light on what you would like achieved via this import? Or how you would imagine the experience or output to look like?