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Announcing bulk resubmit and cancel Resubmitting or canceling your flows is easy! All you need to do is to go to the Run history page and select the runs you would like to resubmit or cancel. That’s it! Once you have resubmitted or canceled the run, you will be able to see your canceled flows and successful resubmitted flow run on the run history page. Want to learn more about resubmitting or canceling cloud flow runs in bulk? Check out our step-by-step guide here. Got ideas for Power Automate? Let us know! Join the Power automate community and submit ideas, get help, and report issues.
We’ve made several exciting enhancements to Process advisor in January 2022 to make it even easier and faster to visualize your processes and get to insights with task mining. These features include auto creating activities from recordings, removal of “Ready to analyze”, and a link back to Process advisor from the recorder.
Using the Power Platform to Automate the Classification and Validation of US Vaccination Record Cards – Part 2Blog
This is the second post in the series on how you can use the Power Platform to Automate the Classification and Validation if US Vaccination Record Cards. This is an extension of the Return to the Workplace Solution (RTW), which provides helpful tools for executive leaders, facility managers, employees, and health and safety leaders.
Power Automate for desktop comes with new additions in July 2022 release, including the preview of supporting UI automation in Citrix and RDP environments and the introduction of datatable actions.
New video walkthrough of Azure Virtual Desktop integration with Power Automate unattended RPA capabilities is now available.
This week we have improvements to the Microsoft Flow and PowerApps connectors for Microsoft Planner and Office 365 Outlook, as well as two new connectors: Ally and TxtSync.
Connect with experts, collaborate with your community and maximize learning opportunities at Microsoft Business Applications Summit, returning June 10-11, 2019 in Atlanta, GA. This is the premier place for power users, analysts and technical architects to get hands-on with the tools you use every day. Registration is open – don’t miss it!
We’ve added a new, rich HTML-based text editor that helps you write HTML-based emails and more. This editor allows you to customize the font, use bold, italic or underline, customize the color, and create lists or links. Partners have also released four new connectors: Imprezian360-CRM, Encodian, Soft1 , and Zahara.
Announcing the the Flow checker, which provides an improved validation and error correction experience. You can now get in-context help on where the errors and warnings are in your flows and will be guided on how to correct those errors. We are releasing four new connectors: Parseur, Stormboard and new versions of the Business Central connectors. Additionally, we have made improvements to the Microsoft Translator, Google Calendar and Azure DevOps connectors.
In this Flow of the Week, learn about how to work with Office 365 Groups and Office 365 Users. This flow will get all of the members of an Office 365 Group you own and send you an email report with those members (with details about each member). It will demonstrate a few advanced concepts like appending to variables , building an HTML email and using nested Apply to each.
You can now create highly available clusters of On-Premises Data Gateways, to ensure your organization can always access on-premises data used in Flow, and not be tied to a single machine that may go down. Additionally, we are improving Apply to each to be able to process up to 100,000 items in a single flow run and up to 50 items in parallel.
There are several sessions planned in Microsoft Ignite 2016 for Microsoft PowerApps & Flow. Several members from the PowerApps and Flow engineering team are participating in Ignite 2016 this year. This blog lists all the Sessions where PowerApps and Flow will be presented and also the opportunities for customers and partners to interact with the team.
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This week we are announcing a new feature for Approvals: you can choose whether or not an approval request sent to more than one person will need only one approval, or, if it requires everyone who received the request to approve it. We also have some connector improvements: a new Apache Impala connector, new operations in OneDrive, such as generating PDF’s, and more. Finally, you can now give your flows descriptions, which is useful if you are sharing them inside of your organization and you want your co-workers to get a few more details about the flow before they run or edit it.
Microsoft Flow offers rich workflow and business process capabilities for the Microsoft Power platform, and for the Dynamics 365 and Office 365 services that build on that platform. This October, Microsoft Flow is doubling down on the platform integration by releasing key capabilities that enhance the power of all the above products.
This week we would like to highlight a scenario brought to us by Thaigo Passos on his blog. You can build a flow that will send out a daily reminder if you haven’t posted on your blog in the last 10 days. This will help you to keep up on posting to your blog.
See how to use the new integration between Microsoft Flow and Power BI to stream data directly into a Power BI dashboard from a flow. In this example we will demonstrate displaying real-time weather data on a Power BI dashboard.
You can now fire off a recurring trigger on demand – for example, if you have a scheduled report every day, but you need the report to run now. We are also announcing support for MSN Weather, Medium, Google Contacts, Buffer, Harvest and TypeForm.
Use the scheduling capabilities of Microsoft Flow to have schedule posts to happen in the near future. In this Flow of the Week we will show how you can save scheduled tweets to a SharePoint list and have them posted to Twitter exactly when you want. See the template here.
In October of 2022 we released the Describe it to design it feature where you can write a simple sentence and get a flow based on this description. In this post, we’ll dive more into the details of the improvements we’ve been making with this feature.
Introducing the newest version of the Power Automate iOS mobile app.
Introducing Clipboard support and three new user experience improvements in Microsoft Flow.
We continue to release connectors for Microsoft PowerApps and Microsoft Flow taking the number of connectors available to over 250. As the number grows, we would like to empower the wider community to maintain these connectors. We now open source our connectors on GitHub. Our ability to open source connectors is made possible through two new exciting features: the Microsoft Power Platform Connectors CLI can be used to download, create, or update any custom connector and template-based policies can be used to modify the runtime behaviors for custom connectors.
A robust, Client-specific approval workflow and write-back engine is not a standard feature of many ERP systems, which requires BI architects and data engineers to think outside the box to deliver scalable solutions. Microsoft Flow can meet these enterprise level requirements, and can do it at a fraction of the time and cost of any other solution on the market. This article will tackle the current business requirements pertaining to enterprise level solutions around on-premise SQL data warehouse write-backss, robust tiered approval cycles, and sales order approval requests. Come and Learn how to build a system like this using Flow from Community Member Phillip Guglielmi
Recently a company called Sogeti partnered with a company LiveTiles. LiveTiles has a wide range of products, but I am very interested in their product LiveTiles Bots, which has the ability to create bot a bot where you can tie in Flows from Microsoft Flow. During this blog post, I will explore LiveTiles Bots and elaborate on how this works.