Reuse Flows connected to SharePoint Lists


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...

SharePoint List PowerApps Discovery

SharePoint List PowerApps are Canvas PowerApps but embedded into a SharePoint List. They are a powerful way to extend the out-of-the-box list forms into a full blown PowerApp. These types of PowerApps can be edited from the list they’re embedded on by clicking on Customize forms: But what if you have several of these PowerApps distributed in many lists though your organization? The first thing that comes to mind is to go to the PowerApps portal: Well, no luck over here… So where can we find our apps? Option #1: Cmdlets to the rescue Using the recently released PowerApps PowerShell Cmdlets ( blog here and docs here ) you could...