Tag: Power Platform

Power Platform Tutorials: Why Get A Microsoft Power Platform Certification?

Microsoft Power Platform Certification Roadmap

Power Platform Tutorials For this blog post, I’ll be talking about Microsoft certifications related to the Power Platform. Microsoft Power Platform certification is always useful because it allows you to tell your employers that you have skills in certain areas and tools, but it can also be expensive. You can watch the full video of

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Power Automate Flow Types And When To Use Them

Confused about Power Automate flow types? In this blog, we go through the similarities and differences between the different types of flow, and we determine when to use each flow. We go through a simple decision-making process that will help you decide. This is the first step you need to go through when creating a

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PowerApps Variables: Identifying Contextual And Global Variables

In this tutorial, we’re going to learn about PowerApps variables and the contribution that they can make to our app. A variable is any element that can be counted or measured. PowerApps variables come in three forms — contextual variables, global variables, and collections. In this tutorial, we’ll be discussing contextual variables and global variables.

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Power Automate Environment: Setup And Overview

Power Automate Environment- Setup And Overview

In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to set up an account and explore the features that the Power Automate environment provides. The environment is where you can create and securely isolate your flows, gateways, connections, and other resources. When starting with Power Automate, we need to make sure that we have the right environment. Creating

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Automated Flow In Microsoft Power Automate


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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