Tag: Flow Connectors

Power Automate Apply To Each Action In Workflows

Power Automate Apply To Each Action In Workflows

In this tutorial, we’ll discuss another control action that we can use in our Microsoft flows. There are triggers that can immediately start a flow based on an event such as when there’s a new email or tweet. These triggers are great, but there are flows that we’d also want to run through a loop,

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Power Automate Terminate Action Control In Flows

Power Automate Terminate Action Control In Flows

In this tutorial, we’ll talk about a Power Automate control that terminates actions in a flow. If any of the conditions in a Switch case was not met, we’d want to display an error message and terminate all the actions within a flow. In such scenarios, Power Automate Terminate action control comes in handy. The

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Power Automate Switch Control Action In Workflows

Power Automate Switch Control Action In Workflows

In this tutorial, we’ll talk about Power Automate Switch control, which is under the advanced built-in connectors. There are times when we have multiple possible values that come with different workflows. We can do that using nested Condition actions, but it might get too complicated once the number of possible values becomes higher. It’s much

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Approval Workflow Setup And Testing In Power Automate

Approval-Workflow-Setup-And-Testing-In-Power-Automate

In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to set up an Approval workflow 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

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Microsoft Flow HTTP Trigger | A Power Automate Tutorial

A Microsoft Flow HTTP trigger allows users to trigger flows from third-party applications. In this tutorial, we’ll talk about how that trigger works to let the end-user initiate a flow. Microsoft Flow will serve as a bridge between your application and a large number of other services. For example, we want to trigger our flow

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