Category: Power Automate

Microsoft Power Automate Desktop: How To Automatically Launch A New Browser

Microsoft Power Automate Desktop How To Automatically Launch A New Browser - Enterprise DNA

In today’s blog, I’m going to discuss a useful Microsoft Power Automate desktop function. It’s one of the functions that you’ll use if you do any kind of web automation within Power Automate desktop. This function is called the Launch new browser. You can watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of

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Adaptive Cards In Teams To Create Shortcuts – Power Automate

Adaptive Cards In Teams To Create Shortcuts - Power Automate - Enterprise DNA

Adaptive cards in Teams are a great way to create shortcuts and ask for more input. They are usually the bridge between a Teams message and an underlying Power Automate workflow. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to use Adaptive Cards to create “add task” shortcuts within Teams. You can watch the full video of

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Refresh Excel File In Sharepoint W/ Power Automate Desktop

Refresh Excel File In Sharepoint W/ Power Automate Desktop - Enterprise DNA

For today’s tutorial, I’m going to demonstrate how you can refresh Excel file in Sharepoint with Power Automate Desktop. You can watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of this blog. This topic came from a request, asking if there is a way to have a Power Automate open an Excel sheet

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Power Automate Desktop: How To Use The Send Mouse Click Function

Today, I will show how you can utilize the Send Mouse Click action to simulate mouse movement and improve the performance of your flows in Power Automate Desktop. You can watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of this blog. You will most likely run into issues of not being able to

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Transfer Images & Signatures From Power Apps To Power Automate

Transfer Images & Signatures From Power Apps To Power Automate

In this post, we’re going to learn how to transfer images and signatures from Power Apps to the Microsoft Power Automate platform. This is a bit difficult to do because Power Apps does not have a default way to edit and upload images to SharePoint. The example we will work on is an expense app

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