Tag: Flow Conditions

Power Automate Logical Functions: An Overview

In this tutorial, we’ll be looking at some Power Automate Logical Functions that we can use in our workflows. We won’t be needing the Condition connector when using these functions. Power Automate logical functions compare values and expressions which either return true or false in our flows. We can also get more familiar with the

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Scope Control In Microsoft Power Automate Flows

As we build more complex flows, managing becomes a key factor for fixing issues, testing, and maintenance. In this case, it’s important to group all actions under a certain tool which can also be collapsed and expanded to display the sections of our flow better. And we can do that by using the Scope control

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Power Automate Static Results: An Overview

Power Automate Static Results: An Overview

In this tutorial, we’ll learn about Power Automate Static Results and how it works in our flows. Currently, this powerful feature is still in preview or beta mode. However, this is certainly a good feature that can we can add to our best practices when creating flow diagrams. Sample Scenario We’ll be using a sample

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Error Handling In Power Automate Via Parallel Branching

Most of the time, people think error handling is similar to debugging. Those two are completely different, but go hand-in-hand when it comes to flow creation and development. In this tutorial, we’re going to discuss error handling in Power Automate. Debugging is the process of locating and removing bugs from a program. On the other

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Triggers In Power Automate Flows

Microsoft offers different triggers and actions in Power Automate flows. In this tutorial, we’ll discuss the physical button and location-based triggers for workflows.  Triggers are events that start flows in Microsoft Power Automate. Physical Button Triggers In Power Automate Flows Aside from using the digital button in a computer, phone, or a tablet, we can

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