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
Microsoft recently released a new trigger for the Microsoft Teams connector called When a new team member is added. Once this trigger fires, a flow will be instantiated where we can kick off a notification process. In this example, we want to send the new team member links to important project documentation that will help them get up to speed quickly and save the Project … Continue reading Sending Welcome Emails to new Microsoft Teams Members
In my last video we discussed how we can connect Power Virtual Agents to ServiceNow using Power Automate. In this video, we are going to enhance our chatbot to communicate with UI Flows, Microsoft’s RPA capability that is now found in Power Automate. Our scenario is that we have a legacy timesheet application that requires us to be on the corporate intranet in order to … Continue reading Extending RPA to Chatbots using Power Virtual Agents and Power Automate – UI Flows (Video)
Part of a sound enterprise governance strategy is creating non-default environments. Why? Well one reason is Application Lifecycle Management (ALM). Other than this guy, should you really be testing your code in production? Probably not. Naturally there will be circumstances where you have your apps and flows running in the default environment. I would argue, that using the default environment for personal productivity is a … Continue reading Adding Users to Power Platform Environments using Power Automate Video
Testing your Azure Logic App or Power Automate Flow is naturally a good idea. In some circumstances you may need to proceed with your build activities before your endpoint is available. In other situations you may want to ensure that you capture what your functioning workflow *should* look like. For example, you build and test your work flow and then you capture the outputs from … Continue reading Mock Testing Azure Logic Apps/Power Automate Using Static Results
I recently ran into a situation at work where I had a colleague ask me how he could create a Microsoft Planner task once, assign multiple people to it, but then have that group task spawn off into individual tasks for each person who was assigned the group task. Each person would subsequently have to complete their version of the task. It is a way … Continue reading Creating Group Tasks using Microsoft Planner and & Power Automate (Video)
As you may be aware, I have recently started building online courses. To date, these course have been posted on Udemy.com. While hosting courses on Udemy has some advantages, it also creates some level of lock-in. As a result, I have decided to make my Microsoft Flow vs Azure Logic Apps course available on Teachable.com. Teachable.com is a trusted Learning Management System (LMS) where authors … Continue reading Announcing Middleware In The Cloud -Teachable Online School
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