When working with SharePoint, Power Automate brings a great set of actions to improve day-to-day processes. You can automate work by creating flows that: Start approval processes or request signatures Perform analysis using AI builder technologies Trigger processes depending on metadata changes Building these types of solutions can save a lot of time for people in organizations, but what about saving time on development? Imagine this scenario: you work in a Marketing department with 10 document libraries having the same requirement; every file needs a flow that changes the status and moves it to the Completed folder. At first glance, this might seem like a simple task. However, you would...
Ever wanted to get data from Excel using Power Apps? by using Canvas apps connectors is pretty straight forward but what happens is this data is from calculated cells?
Microsoft Flow is an impressive tool that enables us to perform different tasks to solve our business needs. These tasks get executed by responding to several triggers depending on the selected service / connector.
For example, when working with SharePoint lists, we could trigger a Flow on the items when they are created or modified. This is great for all kinds of workflows but there is a specific case which could get you into an infinite loop.
Power Apps is an ever-evolving platform that is adding features almost weekly. This allow us to improve our applications to add more value and functionality that wasn't available at first.
PowerTwitter serves us another time as an example of how an application can rapidly evolve to add more needed features. The occasion, the Dynamics 365 Saturday Madrid 2019.