Microsoft ‘RPA in a Day’ Training Material Update

As we continue to invest in Power Automate’s RPA capabilities, we also invest in the  RPA in a Day training content to ensure organizations get the most out of their investments.

As a result of feedback from our customers and partners, we have updated RPA in a Day to include modules that cover the new capabilities found in our platform including:

  • Lab 11: Enhanced error handling in Power Automate Desktop
  • Lab 12: Monitor Desktop flow runs and manage gateway queues

Beyond these new investments, we have also updated the content to reflect recent name changes within the Power Platform. Below you can find the updated agenda:

RPA in a Day Agenda

Module 1: Overview and prerequisites

Module 2: Identify automation opportunities and process bottlenecks using process advisor

Module 3: Build your first Power Automate Desktop flow

Module 4: Use input and output parameters

Module 5: Trigger your Power Automate Desktop flow

Module 6: Integration with Outlook connector

Module 7: Use AI builder to process invoice forms

Module 8: Create approvals using Microsoft Teams connector and adaptive cards

Module 9: Web and Microsoft Excel automation using Power Automate Desktop

Module 10: (Optional) Run Power Automate Desktop flows in unattended mode

Module 11: (Optional) Enhanced error handling in Power Automate Desktop (new)

Module 12: (Optional) Monitor Desktop flow runs and manage gateway queues (new)

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What’s Next?

We are actively working on the next update to RPA in a Day which will include the new Machine connectivity feature.

Calling Partners

If you are a skilled Intelligent Automation partner, you may be eligible to run RPA in a Day events for Microsoft customers. Once you learn Power Automate, prove your skills by enrolling as a Power Automate partner and take advantage of this offering!