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In a previous blog, we saw how the Microsoft Flow team tracks Flow portal and backend deployments as they get deployed across regions. While knowing which builds are deployed to which region helps during a live site investigation, an equal if not more important piece of information is knowing what changes were deployed as part of a build. Knowing what changes comprise a build and where it is deployed helps assess the impact of a live site incident and take corrective actions accordingly. In this Flow of the Week, we’re developing an end-to-end deployment e-mail notification system and also generating Power BI-based change tracking report without writing a single line of code.
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We had our second Microsoft Flow webinar on May 17th at 8AM PDT on custom APIs, debugging flows, and flows with conditions and recurrence. Go here to watch the recording.
In this post, you can learn how to work with triggers when there is no built-in triggers available for a service, and how to set up a connection to Twilio. This blog post is intended for advanced developer audience.
Automate Citrix remote apps and remote desktops with the July 2020 update to UI flows in Power Automate博客
We are happy to announce that Citrix Workspace users can now test in Public Preview our new feature which will allow you to record and playback actions from your Citrix remote applications and desktop.
The addition of the new “Run script” action to the Excel connector dramatically expands its applications and capabilities, far beyond what was previously possible.
We are excited to announce that the June release brings support for multi-user sessions for Windows Server. This will allow you to run multiple UI Flows in parallel on a single Windows Server machine.
Read a review of some the biggest updates to Power Automate from 2020.
Power Automate Desktop comes with new updates in January 2021 release, including the introduction of variable value viewers, easier creation of connection strings, as well as performance improvements.
With desktop flow queues, you can easily orchestrate and scale your robotic process automation (RPA) across one or multiple machines in your business. Today, we are happy to announce the general availability of desktop flow queues.
Previously, you needed to install and configure an on-premises data gateway to trigger your desktop flows from the cloud. We are excited to announce that Power Automate Desktop can now connect your machine directly to the cloud and run desktop flows without the use of a gateway. We have also introduced new machine-management capabilities to help scale your robotic process automation (RPA). Try them out starting today, available in preview.
Learn about the new connectors, triggers and more available with Power Automate and Microsoft Teams. You can streamline how you work and launch a workflow directly from Teams, expand automations within Teams through new connecter updates, and, automate with Dataverse.
In this blog we will explain what Process mining and Task mining are and how to use them to discover what is going on in your organization and how to improve your operational processes.
We are excited to end 2021 by releasing a total of twenty-seven new and updated connectors, developed by their API owners, with eleven being new connectors and sixteen updates. Read this post to learn more about these services and their capabilities.
Admins can now manage RPA automations with ease using Data Loss Prevention for desktop flows (Preview)博客
As organizations begin to grow and scale RPA it is critical to do so in a responsible way. To support the ability for enterprise admins to apply managements and controls over automations, we are happy to announce that data loss prevention (DLP) for desktop flows is now in preview.
Power Automate for desktop comes with new additions in April 2022 release, including built-in, ready to run examples in the console and a cloud or region picker.
Microsoft Power Automate and Microsoft Power Virtual Agents are two powerful capabilities that are addressing an increased trend to automate workflows and conversations through conversational bots.
Today we are excited to announce the introduction of a new prebuilt AI model in AI Builder: Invoice processing. It can automatically extract information such as customer, vendor, invoice ID, invoice due date, total, invoice amount due, tax amount, ship to, bill to, and more.
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Mars, Incorporated, is a global manufacturer of confectionery, pet food and food products, and provides animal care services. Mars has been a proud, family-owned business for over 100 years with over 130,000 employees spread across the globe. There are several teams at Mars responsible for supporting the daily global enterprise processes. One of these teams is the Digital Demand Engineering team with employees based in North America and Europe. In this team, a Collaboration Architect transformed several enterprise use cases by automating their processes with Power Automate cloud flows.
SharePoint cloud actions in Power Automate for Desktop: Introducing cloud connectors in desktop flows博客
Power Automate offers a rich experience when it comes to connecting to other services. With a toolkit of over 780 connectors, cloud flows can interact with the most popular services that are accessible by API. Today we’re excited to announce the first step in making cloud connectors available for Power Automate for desktop, starting with SharePoint (preview).
The Automation Kit for Power Platform is designed to help organizations manage, govern, and scale automation platform adoption based on industry best practices. The Automation Kit for Power Platform is now available to the public as an open source GitHub project.
We are happy to announce that we have launched 7 new verified connectors and 7 updates in October 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.
Today’s Flow of the Week is originally authored by Jon Levesque. In this tutorial, he walks us through why he ditched the paper business card and how he uses a Microsoft Flow to stay connected with new people in this digital age. Our Flow staff are constantly innovating on how they use Flow to solve their own business needs. We are so excited for opportunities like this to share their creative work with the larger Flow community!
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.