Especially in larger projects, but also in projects where the solution is released regularly, you need an Application Lifecycle Management (ALM). Microsoft has already announced a low-code / no-code ALM, but I find these videos from Mariano very exciting how such a DevOps is set up and the ALM of a powerplatform solution is deployedContinue reading “Application Lifecycle Management Series from Mariano Gomez”
It is interesting that a Base64 error code is hidden in the URL, which we can read especially with fix connections. You can see this video here on my blog because I have rated this video with 5 stars in my Youtube video library. This video was automatically posted using PowerAutomate.
This video deserves the motto ‘old but gold’ Serge Luca aka Doctor Flow has already created an approval management solution with PowerApps & PowerAutomate in 2020. Why can this solution be a good example of your solution? – Flow Duration is max 30 days – Approval Duration is max 30 days – Processes are sometimesContinue reading “Power Automate Tutorial – Business Process Management Approvals from Serge Luca”
In this blog post, you’ll learn how to build a self-contained and automated (internal) PowerPlatform community in just a few steps. New members will receive a welcome email and an adaptive card with a question about preferences (tags) around PowerPlatform. In addition, all group members receive a quarterly request for their preferences, so that theyContinue reading “How I automated our (internal) community”
For me, Damien Bird is often an inspiration, as well as a real help with very specific things. Here Damien shows how to update an event with new participants without each user receiving an email with the updates (new participant has been added) every time. A few months ago I had exactly this request internally,Continue reading “Power Automate Update Event via Graph API avoid duplicate email notifications from Damien Bird”
Interesting how you can split a complete html table using xml within powerautomate. Also the reference to xpather.com to test the XML there. You can see this video here on my blog because I have rated this video with 5 stars in my Youtube video library. This video was automatically posted using PowerAutomate.
It’s exciting to see how Damien shows 3 different ways to mention other users via PowerAutomate in his video. You can see this video here on my blog because I have rated this video with 5 stars in my Youtube video library. This video was automatically posted using PowerAutomate.
Some time ago I started to work more intensively with HTTP requests and thought, you must be able to do more things with it. After watching this Video ‘Deliver documents, collect payments and communicate with customers all with Microsoft Power Automate from Paulie M‘ I had the idea to build my own dynamic contact card.Continue reading “How to easily create a dynamic contact card in a few minutes and retrieve it with PowerAutomate”
Great summary about the possibilities of starting a flow from the ModelDriven / Dynamics. Especially the PowerFX variant – I learned here ForAll in Patch (not Patch in ForAll) You can see this video here on my blog because I have rated this video with 5 stars in my Youtube video library. This video wasContinue reading “5 ways to run a flow on multiple records inside a model-driven app from Scott Durrow”
ExamplesOverview Total FlowPreparationStructure of the flowFlow-Code to copy Maybe the title seems a bit strange to you, but I would like to show you how to trigger a flow only once every X minutes. There is a function ‘Concurrency Control’ which ensures that the flow can be executed in parallel only X times (here onContinue reading “Trigger a flow only once without premium? Yes, you can lock a flow temporarily.”