Tag: Automated Flows

Business Process Flow Integration In Power Automate

In this tutorial, we’ll discuss how we can integrate a Business Process flow to another flow in Power Automate. One example is when we want to send a Slack message with some of the recorded information whenever a record is saved on our business process flow.  For this tutorial, we’ll use an Automated Flow because

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Power Automate UI Flows: Creation And Setup

In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to create Power Automate UI flows that bring Robotic Process Automation (RPA) capabilities to our workflows. We’ll also learn how to analyze and modify the UI flow code. A Power Automate UI flow allows users to record an action while setting parameters of running that action in repetition depending

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Approval Workflow Setup And Testing In Power Automate

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In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to set up an in Power Automate. There are times when flows can’t be fully automated and might require some user intervention. Approvals are very useful because we can automate some part of the flow, and split the part that needs user intervention into its own separate flow. For

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Power Automate Actions | A Deep Dive Tutorial

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In this tutorial, we’ll explore more about Power Automate Actions. We’ll also add and configure multiple actions in our flows. Flows can have one or many actions, depending on what’s needed to complete a particular flow.  Actions are tasks that start when a trigger is invoked. With actions, you can perform operations such as Create,

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Power Automate Expressions – An Introduction

Power Automate Expressions – An Introduction

In this tutorial, we’ll explore Power Automate expressions and how to use them in workflow automation. Microsoft Excel has formulas that take inputs and produce outputs. For example, one formula might be the SUM which can take various inputs or numbers and produces an output combining all the inputs. Just like Microsoft Excel, Power Automate

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