Here is a recap of all of the Power Platform videos that I published in the month of December 2020.
Power Automate RPA Analytics Now Available in Admin Center
Recently, Microsoft has updated the Power Automate Analytics experience to include 3 reports for UI Flows in the Power Platform Admin center. The reports that are now available include UI Flow Runs, Usage and who Created them. In addition, filters exist that allow you include/exclude the execution mode and they type of UI Flow.
Monitor Power Automate RPA Processes
In this video we are going to discuss a new feature that allows CoEs to monitor the state of their RPA processes built in Power Automate. We now can see what RPA processes are running and also managed their priority through the new Run queues feature.
First Look At New Power Automate App for Microsoft Teams
In this video we are going to explore the newly updated Power Automate app for Microsoft Teams. We will discover new templates that are available in this experience and discover how we can manage Approvals and our Flow bot interactions.
Sending Anonymous Emails Using Mail Connector
In this video, we are going to discuss how we can use the Mail connector to send anonymous emails to users. This feature is particularly useful when sending out notifications or reminders where the author of the flow has no interest in the outcome of the notification. Don’t use this for sending spam, you will get blocked.
Managing Office 365 Groups Email Using Power Automate
In this video, we are going to discuss the new Office 365 Groups Mail connector. It will allow us to retrieve new messages sent to our group and then publish notifications to Microsoft Teams.
One Way WhatsApp Messaging Using Power Automate and Twilio
In this video we are going to discuss WhatsApp messaging for Power Automate using the Twilio APIs. We will focus on One Way messaging in this example.