@AmorB16960450 It certainly is. This is a rather simple use case that you could certainly build in either 22.1 or even our prior 19.1 version. One thing I would suggest is that you use the same match rule for the initial search page as you do for the results of the search. This will simplify your automations so that you only have to look for one page and enter your stock symbol into one control.
@AmorB16960450 I apologize. I thought I had already replied. I suggest you examine the training courses as they have hands-on examples with explanations. Start with the overview mission and then try the System Architect mission.
Open your Excel file (use the Excel Connector instead of the Microsoft Excel Connector for this).
Use a loop to iterate through your spreadsheet row by row and grab the first cell value you need using the GetCellValue method of the connector.
Run your automation that launches your Website if it is not already running and also check IsCreated on the pages you are searching for.
The easiest way for a novice to make this work in Edge or Chrome would be to terminate any Edge or Chrome processes before you start your bot. You can also do this in a Startup automation using the GetProcessesByName method on the Toolbox.
Search the application for the ticker you received from the spreadsheet and return the results.
Enter those results into the spreadsheet by using SetCellValue.