Tag: Instant Flows

On-Premises Data Gateway In Power Automate

In this tutorial, we’ll discuss the usage of on-premises data gateway in Power Automate. This is essential when integrating UI flows to any other Power Automate flows. On-premises data gateway allows Power Automate to access desktop applications when the user is away from the computer. Creating An Instant Flow First, let’s create an instant flow

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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 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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Workflow Inputs In Microsoft Power Automate

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Power Automate allows flow designers to take inputs from users. In this tutorial, we’ll talk about the different types of workflow inputs that we can use in Power Automate. There are 6 types of workflow inputs in Power Automate. Each type runs a predefined series of actions for the flow. For this tutorial, we’ll create

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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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