Here are the videos that were released on my YouTube channel in the month of November. Don’t for get to like and subscribe! Troubleshooting Power Automate Desktop – UI Flows In this video we are going to explore how we can troubleshoot UI Flows that have been created using the new Power Automate Desktop. We are now able to see action by action time durations, … Continue reading New Power Platform Videos (November 2020 Recap)
This video is a continuation of previous videos including Part 1 and Part 2 where we built a Power Virtual Agents Productivity BOT. Our BOT currently focuses on retrieving a person’s meetings and their upcoming Planner tasks by making calls through the Microsoft Graph API. In this video we are are going to expand on our BOT, but this time are going to add retrieving … Continue reading Building a Power Virtual Agents Productivity BOT – Part 3 Get My Important Emails Video
I recently had a colleague ask me how they can re-route approvals when someone is out of the office for an extended period of time, like on vacation. One way to address this situation is to use the combination of the Timeout Duration setting that exists within the Approvals action and then using the Configure run after settings that allows you to follow a specific … Continue reading Power Automate Approval Timeouts & Escalations
In the following YouTube video, I will discuss what are some of the key differences between Attended and Unattended UI Flows and will demonstrate these differences through a demo scenario using an Azure Virtual Machine. I will also discuss what the process looks like if you are upgrading from a previous version of the UI Flows App and some key troubleshooting information. I will use … Continue reading Unattended UI Flows–February 2020 Update
At Ignite, Microsoft announced the general availability (GA) of Power Virtual Agents, a no-code experience for building BOTs. The Power Virtual Agents service is part of the Power Platform family that includes Power Apps, Power Bi and Power Automate (formerly known as Microsoft Flow). In this video, I will walk you through how to build a Power Virtual Agent that allows users to interact with … Continue reading Connecting Power Virtual Agents to ServiceNow using Power Automate Video
In late August 2019, Jon Levesque and I released a course called 10 Tips for Building Effective Microsoft Flows. The target audience for that course was people who are new to Microsoft Flow. When we designed that course, we already had intentions to also publish a more advanced course. Well, that day has come! We are happy to announce that our 10 Advanced Tips for … Continue reading Introducing 10 Advanced Tips for Building Effective Flows Course on Udemy
**Discount Code Available at end of Post** Back in early August, I created my first Udemy course called Microsoft Flow vs Azure Logic Apps, which tool is right for me? So far the course has been well-received and I appreciate all of you who have taken the course and provided feedback. I enjoyed the process so much that I decided to build another course. This … Continue reading New Udemy Course: 10 Tips for Building Effective Flows
Now that the agenda has been posted, I wanted to share that I will be speaking at the upcoming Power Platform World Tour, in Calgary on October 3rd and 4th. My session is called Intelligent Automation using Microsoft Flow. This is a topic that I am deeply passionate about as I feel it has the ability to transform organizations. This transformation occurs, by scaling efforts … Continue reading Speaking at Power Platform World Tour (Calgary)
I recently added two new lectures to my Udemy course. The 2 additional lectures that can be found in the New Content – Added after the original publishing of the course section. The lectures include content about 2 new features found in Microsoft Flow (Copy to my clipboard) and Azure Logic Apps (Secure Inputs/Secure Outputs). You will find this section towards the end of the … Continue reading Microsoft Flow vs Azure Logic Apps, which tool should I use Udemy course update!
I recently ran into an issue where I have a Microsoft Form that contains radio buttons and I want to send that information to a SharePoint list where I am using a Yes/No column. Microsoft Form SharePoint Column The scenario seems pretty straight forward by mapping your Microsoft Form attributes to your SharePoint action. That is until you run into the situation where there is … Continue reading Mapping Radio Button Data from Microsoft Forms to SharePoint Online Yes/No Columns using Microsoft Flow
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