New Power Platform Videos (October 2020 Recap)

In this post I will catch up on some of the videos that have been recently posted. Check them out:

October 4th, 2020: 050 – M365 Presentation, Here Come The Bots Part 1 (Power Virtual Agents)

In this session we will talk about bots…chatbots more specifically. We will discuss the new Microsoft Teams + Power Virtual Agents experience found in Project Oakdale.

October 8, 2020: 051- M365 Presentation – Here Come The Bots Part 2 (Power Automate Desktop)

This is Part 2 of a 2 part series. In this video we will discuss the new Power Automate Desktop capabilities and experience a Invoice Processing Scenario. Be sure to check out Part 1 of this series here: to see the first part of this presentation.

October 11, 2020: 052 – Using Power Automate Maker Analytics To Detect Throttling

In this video, we are going to talk about a new feature called Action Analytics which is available in Power Automate Maker Analytics. Using this feature, makers can easily view their API Action consumption. This may provide early insight into whether or not a user is being throttled. In addition, we will also discuss strategies to help you avoid being throttling.

October 15, 2020: 053 – New Power Platform DLP Capabilities Explained: Blocked and HTTP Connectors

In this video we will discuss the recent governance features that have been enabled in the Power Platform Admin Center. This functionality includes the ability to block connectors and manage the HTTP connectors.

October 18, 2020: 054 – Marking Forwarded Emails as Unread using Power Automate and the Office 365 Outlook Connector

In this Ask the Audience episode we will learn about the behaviors of the Forward an Email action that is part of the Office 365 Outlook connector. One such behavior is that whenever an email is forwarded, it gets marked as read. In this video, we will learn how to reset that email to be unread.

October 25, 2020: 055 – On Premises Data Gateway Monitoring Status – Part 1 (Power Automate Desktop)

In this video, we are going to discuss how we can monitor the status of our On-premises Data Gateways through the use of Power BI Powershell CMDlets. We will orchestrate these Powershell calls by using Power Automate Desktop.


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