In this tutorial, we’ll be talking about integrating Power Automate with PowerApps. If you’re not familiar with PowerApps, it’s a way to use Microsoft’s environment to create seamless business apps with little to no code. For example, if you want to create spreadsheets, you use Excel. If you want to create applications, you use PowerApps.
Power Automate allows flow designers to take inputs from users. In this tutorial, we’ll talk about the different types of workflow inputs that we can use in Power Automate. There are 6 types of workflow inputs in Power Automate. Each type runs a predefined series of actions for the flow. For this tutorial, we’ll create
In some of our past blog posts, we’ve already discussed the automated and instant flow. To recap briefly, the automated flow is based on events, while the instant flow can be triggered manually. For this tutorial, we’ll learn and create scheduled workflows in Power Automate. Flows can be based on time. A scheduled flow is
This tutorial will discuss about record values inside the Power Query Editor. You’ll learn how to create and use records with different expressions to generate the results you want to achieve. Creating Record Values A record value is an ordered sequence of fields. It is made up of a set of fields that consists of
In this tutorial, you’ll learn about Power BI Values and how they are generated inside the Power Query Editor. These values have corresponding literals that can be used in codes and expressions to produce results and data. You’ll also learn how and where to apply the values to build a compelling report. Power BI Values