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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’.
Learn how to use the HTTP card in your flow. This post shows you how to use the HTTP card to get weather information and use the condition card to send a push notification only if it rains.
Youtube offers the option to automatically post to Twitter when you upload new videos. With Flow, you can handle that scenario in addition to others, like posting to Facebook or Yammer. Instead of handling these scenarios through separate interfaces (Youtube integrations through the Youtube portal, Instagram integrations through the Instagram portal, etc.), Flow can be the single interface to handle all scenarios, between all your services.
Learn more about the advanced Flow capabilities through a real world example: resume submission processing for the Microsoft Flow development team. This Flow has nine steps, conditions, and uses three different services.
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.
Whats up Flow Community! This week we are bringing you a video tutorial to show you how to add Microsoft Flow Approvals to Microsoft Teams by using Adaptive Cards with Flow MVP Daniel Laskewitz.
We are happy to announce that we have made enhancements to gateway management operations on Power Platform Admin center.
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.
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.
Digitally Transform Your Enterprise with Power Automate: Our Journey to Enable Your Digital Transformation, Part 2Blog
Today, we want to share how Power Automate is built to accelerate productivity for your organization. Digital transformation unlocks greater efficiencies for an organization and Power Automate is a fundamental service to help achieve this goal. Let’s look at how Power Automate enhances your productivity.
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.
The Power Platform Admin Center now lets any Gateway administrator manage their On-premises Data Gateways.
Hello Flow Friends!! Its time again to get Registered for the Annual Microsoft Flow Conference! We have 18 Sessions / 9 Hours of content from some of the worlds best speakers coming to you LIVE and On-Demand, Absolutely FREE!! https://aka.ms/FlowConfReg
Nine new connectors were released in September 2020, bringing us to the exciting milestone of 400 connectors in Power Automate! Check in to learn more about these new connectors and what they can offer.
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!
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.
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!
Advanced | Flow of the Week: Automating Intelligent Customer Service using Microsoft Flow, LUIS.ai and Dynamics 365Blog
As organizations focus on customer obsession, they need to scale their organization to exceed elevated customer expectations. It typically isn’t practical to meet this demand through additional headcount. The question becomes how can I scale my customer service department, without adding labor costs? The answer lies in the phrase “work smarter, not harder”.
Flow MVP Melissa Hubbard writes a Flow of the Week to help you automate Approvals while using Microsoft Planner as your Project Management tool. To learn more about how Melissa completes this Flow, or to learn how to read her other posts, click on in and see who she is and what she has to say!
In this Flow of the Week, read how the Microsoft Flow development team created a flow that notifies them to test new portal builds as soon as they are available.
This week Microsoft Flow added a new capability to buttons: : Flow buttons can now receive user inputs at run time. Thanks to this new functionality, buttons can now serve you in many more business use cases throughout the day. Imagine opening a bug in Visual Studio, creating a new contact in Dynamics, or adding a task to Wunderlist, all at a click of a button. We are also adding Outlook Tasks and HelloSign support.
Many business users need the ability to search their organizational video library and gain quick insights on the content. For example, search for videos which include information on a term you are interested in, or search for all the videos which include a certain person of interest. Some libraries contain hundreds of videos, and it’s a hard task to effectively search them all. To that end, the Video Indexer service was recently introduced, and now with the new integration between Flow & Video Indexer, you can gain those video insights automatically.
New features coming to Approvals in Microsoft Teams, including markdown support and new attachments features.