Tag: Flow parameters

Microsoft Flow String Functions: Concat And Replace

Learning how to combine two or more strings is essential in creating MS flows. In this tutorial, we’ll discuss two of the most important Microsoft flow string functions – concat and replace. The concat function simply combines two or more strings together and returns the combined string, while the replace function replaces a substring with

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Power Automate Trigger Conditions – An Introduction

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In this tutorial, we’ll discuss Power Automate trigger conditions that allow us to execute blocks of actions once a given situation is met. Using condition control, we can assure that certain elements in our flow are in our required state before performing the actions. A trigger condition in Power Automate is similar to an IF

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Microsoft Flow Tutorial – Instant Vs. Automated Flow

Microsoft Flow Tutorial – Instant Vs. Automated Flow

There are five main types of Microsoft Flow. In this tutorial, we’ll only discuss the difference between the two mostly used workflows – the Instant and Automated flow. We’ll also talk about how we can turn off workflows. Understanding How Instant Microsoft Flow Works The first flow in this example is an Instant flow. We

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Automated Flow In Microsoft Power Automate

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In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to create an automated flow in Microsoft Power Automate, add connections to it, and edit it using the available templates. If you’re only a basic user of Power Automate, you’re not going to get certified. You’ll just be able to use it for personal tasks, and not for your

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PowerApps Integration In Microsoft Power Automate

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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.

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