Tag: Flow Triggers

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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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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Power Automate Development: Best Practices To Implement

Power Automate can seem intimidating at first, but gradually, it becomes easier. Part of learning this platform is knowing how to have the best Power Automate development and debugging practices. And that’s what we’re going to discuss in this tutorial. With Power Automate development expanding rapidly, it’s important for the administrators in this field to

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Button Flow In Microsoft Power Automate

Button Flow In Microsoft Power Automate

In this blog post, we’ll learn how to create a button flow in Power Automate using button trigger tokens. Let’s say for example we have an instant flow that we shared with users. When users open up their Power Automate app, they’ll have access to that flow and they can trigger it by clicking a

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Power Automate Connectors: Number, Text, And Date Time

Power Automate Connectors: Number, Text, And Date Time

Power Automate offers a variety of connectors that we can use to create workflows. In this tutorial, we’ll familiarize ourselves with some built-in Power Automate Connectors that transform strings into another format. We’ll talk about Number Functions, Text Functions, and Date Time.  Using these Built-in connectors is quite easy. Just click the arrow bar to

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