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New features coming to Approvals in Microsoft Teams, including markdown support and new attachments features.
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.
Power Automate Desktop comes with new updates in February 2021 release, including configuration improvements for various actions and running a flow from an intermediate step in the designer.
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.
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.
The RPA in a Day training content has been updated to reflect recent investments made to Power Automate. These changes include error handling in Power Automate Desktop and monitoring Desktop flow runs and managing gateway queues.
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’.
It’s now easier than ever to use WinAutomation from Power Automate, using the new action in UI flows to trigger a WinAutomation process.
Learn about Power Automate integration with Dataverse for Teams.
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
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.
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.
Microsoft Power Automate is pleased to release the Business Leaders’ Guide to Robotic Process Automation (RPA) Migration whitepaper. Read this guide to help you evaluate your existing RPA landscape and develop a migration strategy that works.
We are happy to announce that we have 23 new Independent Publisher connectors that were published in February. Read about the connectors, learn about the talented publishers, and take a look at the connector files!
Power Automate UI Flows January 2020 update is now available focusing on reliability improvements.
Power Automate for desktop comes with new additions in March 2022 release, including the support of Internet Explorer mode in Microsoft Edge for web actions.
We launched 14 new API Owner connectors and 15 updates in April 2022. Partners are excited about the release of their connectors and have shared an overview of their services and feature updates. Read the post to learn more about the capabilities of these services.
Now you can easily restore a deleted flow using Power Shell and PowerApps Administration cmdlets. We have also improved the experience for the Power Virtual Agents chatbot in the web site.
In 2020, Microsoft Power Automate doubled down on its investments in the robotic process automation (RPA) space with the introduction of Microsoft Power Automate Desktop. We first introduced RPA in Power Automate at Microsoft Ignite in 2019, and we have seen tremendous growth with hundreds of thousands of organizations using Power Automate and taking billions of actions each month.
With Power Automate and AI Builder you can now easily automate extracting information from unstructured documents such as contracts, statement of works, contracts, statement of work, financial or medical reports, publications, and many others.
This August, we released new calendar templates that copy events between Google Calendar and Office 365 or Outlook.com. Second, we now support read and write for multiple-value fields in SharePoint that are Choice, Person or Lookup types. Third, you can now send approvals on behalf of other users in your organization – for example, the person who uploaded the file in the SharePoint list, instead of the person who created the flow. Fourth, buttons have two new input types: Number and Yes/No. Finally, there are improvements to several connectors.
For this Flow of the Week learn from one of the Microsoft Flow Software engineers, Taylor Cambre as he teaches you how to do APPROVALS BY MAJORITY which is not a native feature in Flow but something that is OFTEN asked for! Come and check out his technique, learn a new skill and leave him a comment or question!