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Introduction : In this blog, we will see, why the Ms Flows are not getting triggered after Completion full copy of the environment. Use Case : It was requirement of our Project to Copy UAT environment To Dev but after Completion of full copy, None of the Flows in Power Automate were getting triggered. … Continue reading Ms Flows are not getting triggered ?
Since Power Automate is so powerful that you can creatively use it to improve your productivity at work. Here’s an example of how you can utilize a scenario where you need a quick checklist to make sure you respond all important emails for the day. Power Automate You’ll need to create an Automated Power Automate … Continue reading Create To Do Items of Important Emails using Power Automate
Introduction Power Automate has finally got one of the most awaited features. Let me explain it to you. So, if you are willing to deploy similar type of actions inside flow, you had no option but to write each action separately from the beginning. phew! That sounds like lot of work! But now, thanks to … Continue reading How to Copy and Paste in Power Automate
Introduction This blog explains how we can trigger Power Automate based on the required condition. Suppose you have a requirement where you want your flow should get trigger based on some condition then you can check condition on “Trigger” itself rather than adding a new action to check condition. Use Case: Trigger flow when Lead … Continue reading Trigger Power Automate on Condition
Introduction: Using MS Flows, On any trigger, you can add the below action to rename the SharePoint folder. Steps: 1) In Actions, select “Send an HTTP request to SharePoint” 2) Enter the below details: Site Address: Select your site address from the list. Method: POST Uri:_api/web/GetFolderByServerRelativeUrl(‘LibraryTitle/CurrentFolderName’)//ListItemAllFields Headers: Accept application/json;odata=verbose X-HTTP-Method MERGE If-Match * Body: … Continue reading Renaming SharePoint Folder using Microsoft Flows
Isn’t it just too easy to see from Flow (Power Automate’s) Runs what data was passed on? A simple switch in the Power Automate designer will secure this. Default Behavior By default, if you have access to the Flow, you can simply go in and see the inputs Secure Input / Output In the Flow … Continue reading Secure Input/Output in Power Automate Run History