Category Archives: Power Automate

PDF Action in Desktop flows- Part 2

Introduction: In this blog we will explore two PDF Actions from Desktop Flows. (1) Extract PDF file pages to a New PDF Input: Action: Output: (2) Merge PDF Files Input: The files we have seen in previous blog and this blog as used as Input. Action: Output:

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PDF Action in Desktop flows- Part 1

Introduction: In this blog we will explore two PDF Actions from Desktop Flows. (1) Extract Images from PDF Input: A PDF file with Images Action: Output: In the mentioned folder, extracted images will be saved (2) Extract text from PDF Just like we extracted Images, we extract text from PDF. Input: Action: Output: the output … Continue reading PDF Action in Desktop flows- Part 1

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Store Customer Voice Survey Response to Dataverse Custom Entity using Cloud Flow

In this blog, we will learn how to store the Customer Voice survey response to the custom entity as OOB entities which holds that response data is complex and data is stored in multiple related entities. Step 1: Create a Customer Voice Project and Survey Log in to the Customer Voice Portal and Create a new Project. … Continue reading Store Customer Voice Survey Response to Dataverse Custom Entity using Cloud Flow

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Nested IF Expression in Cloud Flow

Introduction: We have been using Action-Condition for IF in Cloud flow, while this is easy to use, it ends up making your flow bigger in size. Instead if we just need to validate conditions,  we can use expression to do the same checks. Solution: Add a compose action>> Go to Expression>> Add if() Example: If(empty(field),’No … Continue reading Nested IF Expression in Cloud Flow

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Retrieve Email Recipients(TO, CC, BCC) in Cloud Flow

Introduction: When we trigger a flow on Email Activity or retrieve email activity. However that does not provide us the recipient details of the email. Recipient details are stored as part of Activity  Party. In this blog, we will understand how to retrieve the Email Recipients from the activity party of the email. Solution: From … Continue reading Retrieve Email Recipients(TO, CC, BCC) in Cloud Flow

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Retrieve characters/Substring from string in Cloud Flows

In this blog we will see how to retrieve string or characters from string using substring and take method When we want to retrieve character/string from starting index then will use take() method, else will use substring() Let say we want to retrieve first 5 character from string. Eg. – string is Power Automate We … Continue reading Retrieve characters/Substring from string in Cloud Flows

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Send an Email to all users in a D365 Team using power automate.

D365 gives us a functionality to assign a record to a group of users which can be archived by using a D365 Team these users then are know as members of that respective team, due to functionality restrictions we cannot send an email to a  D365 team, however there are a few workarounds by which … Continue reading Send an Email to all users in a D365 Team using power automate.

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Send an Email to all users in a D365 Team using power automate

D365 gives us a functionality to assign a record to a group of users which can be archived by using a D365 Team these users then are know as members of that respective team, due to functionality restrictions we cannot send an email to a  D365 team, however there are a few workarounds by which … Continue reading Send an Email to all users in a D365 Team using power automate

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Last and First expression in Cloud Flows – Part I

Let see how we can use last and first expression in Cloud Flows. We can use last and first expression get first and last value in array, strings and also we can use first and last expression to get first and last record from list of records in cloud flows Let get started!!!!! Let say … Continue reading Last and First expression in Cloud Flows – Part I

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Send an email to users in a D365 Team Individually using power automate (without using a distribution list)

D365 gives us a functionality to assign a record to a group of users which can be archived by using a D365 Team these users then are know as members of that respective team, due to functionality restrictions we cannot send an email to a  D365 team, however there are a few workarounds by which … Continue reading Send an email to users in a D365 Team Individually using power automate (without using a distribution list)

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