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Through the Independent Publisher connector program, anyone can now publish a connector to the Power Platform! The mission of this program is to bring the best together. The best people, connecting great ideas to data, apps, and flows.
The Desktop flow Analytics dashboard is a starter template that can be used to monitor desktop flow run logs and to identify the usage and performance of actions.
Learn about Power Automate integration with Dataverse for Teams.
Learn how to trigger flows from any Power BI report using the new Power Automate visual for Power BI and the Power BI button clicked trigger.
Eleven new connectors have made their way to Power Automate in February, ranging in functionality from security, form management, and more! Check in to see what these connectors can offer.
Between July 18 and July 20, 2022, Power Automate Ideas will migrate to a brand-new community platform powered by Dynamics 365 Customer Service Community.
For the second consecutive year, Microsoft Power Automate has been named a Leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Robotic Process Automation.
You can now change the owner of a solution flow from Power Automate portal. This feature enables owners, co-owners, and admins to change the owner of a solution flow to enable business continuity when the original owner switches teams or leaves the organization
Last month at Ignite, we announced a set of collaboration capabilities across Power Platform. Today, we are excited to announce even more features within commenting on Power Automate. Now, you can at-mention your co-workers in your comments and have others receive email notifications when you do so.
Administer and govern a low-code intelligent automation platform whitepaper: Enterprise deployment for RPA and more in Power AutomateBlog
This whitepaper outlines key considerations for planning, deploying, and managing an Automation Center of Excellence (CoE) for hyperautomation scenarios in Power Automate.
Power Automate for desktop comes with several new additions in February 2022 release, including a new monitoring notification window, more performance improvements during flow authoring and some new actions like ‘Display custom form’.
Power Automate for desktop comes with new additions in 2023 February’s release, including the introduction of regions in the designer and the ability to provide valid connections for SharePoint actions upon runtime.
This new capability allows cloud flow authors to efficiently identify and troubleshoot flows by being able to view flow’s trigger details in Flow Runs view.
In the January 2020 update, AI Builder introduces a new and simplified way to use AI Models in Power Automate. It is now easier to provide your data to the AI Model, and to use the output without the need to manually transform data.
We recently added support for on-premises data gateways in non-default environments.
Best practices now that the stageid and traversedpath attributes are deprecated on Business Process Flow participating entitiesBlog
Best practices now that the stageid and traversedpath attributes are deprecated on the participating entity.
Earlier this year, we released for public preview Export to Flow, a new, efficient way for you to design easily digestible business workflows in Visio and export them to Microsoft Flow for automation in just a few steps. The feature was only available for Office Insiders—until now. Export to Flow is now generally available to all Visio Plan 2 users through the Visio desktop app.
Onboarding is a painful experience at many organizations. Managers are busy, and welcoming a new hire can fall through the cracks. Thinking about onboarding communication as a business solution means workflows, updates, and notifications galore. But the good news is that you can swoop to the rescue with a smart use of Flow.
Time is running out! Join our community, partners, and experts at Microsoft Business Applications Summit, July 22-24 in Seattle. We will have 34 different Microsoft Flow sessions, so this is our biggest event ever – register today!
The Microsoft Flow team wants to showcase your story! Come and fill out our form and tell us YOUR Microsoft Flow Story for a chance to be featured on the customers.microsoft.com page! We cant wait to share all of the cool things that you are doing!
Advanced | Flow of the Week: Get an email with a list of places in your current location based on a Point of InterestBlog
We are excited to share today’s Flow of the Week co-authored by Flow MVP Ahmad Najjar. In this tutorial, he walks us through how to use Microsoft Flow to get an email with a list of places in your current location based on a point of interest. Our Flow community members are constantly innovating on how they use Flow to solve their business needs. We are so excited for opportunities like this to share their creative work with the larger Flow community!
Learn everything you ever wanted to know about Microsoft Flow directly from the team that builds it — and meet other Flow users — at the first conference to feature entire tracks dedicated to Flow. The Microsoft Business Application Summit will be held on July 22-24 in Seattle, and you can sign up today. We’re looking forward to seeing you there – register now!
It’s Spring time in Seattle!! But just like classic Seattle, there will inevitably be some surprise rain showers. As someone who commutes to a full day of work and post-work activities in the evening, I need to be able to properly pack for the day. But how do I know if I need to bring my rain gear with me or leave it at home? The manual process of checking the weather every morning before I leave sounds like something I could easily forget…oh wait, this sounds like something Flow can help me automate & solve! Keep following along with this step-by-step of how I used an existing Microsoft Flow template to plug & chug my scenario requirements and parameters to better help me make informed packing decisions for my day.
This week you may have noticed that some parts of the Microsoft Flow experience have changed. As a part of the October release, we are overhauling several key aspects of the Microsoft Flow portal and designer experiences to make it easier to navigate and find actions.
In late September, we announced the public preview release of the Power platform Admin Analytics. In that post we discussed a couple of upcoming reports including sharing and connectors. We have honored that commitment and I am happy to share that both the sharing and connectors reports are available in Microsoft Flow Admin Analytics.