Tuesday, December 7, 2021

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Advanced error handling in Power Automate

Last month, I wrote about error handling in Power Automate and told you about the possibility of advanced error handling that I would be...

Error handling in Power Automate

We all want to build fault-proof flows and we try our best to do so. But errors and prone to happen eventually and when...

Create SharePoint list items in a folder using Power Automate

Did you know you can create folders inside a SharePoint list (not a library)? And that you can then create items inside that folder?No?...

How to share a Power App with an external user

Since October 2019, it is possible to share a Power App with an external user, but many people still aren’t aware of that or...

Nested flows in Power Automate – Running child flows

It’s a common known business example: a flow that calls other flows to run after each other. This setup is also called nested flows...

Passing parameters to your Power Apps SharePoint form

We all know that it is possible to pass parameters to your Power Apps canvas apps, right?But did you know that this is also...

New Data Loss Prevention capabilities for the Power Platform

Microsoft recently announced their new Power Platform DLP (Data Loss Prevention) capabilities. This blogpost will guide you through these new capabilities. Please note that...

Power Automate: How to Send an email with options from a Shared Mailbox

With the Send email with options action in Power Automate, you can send an email to a user with a respond option and wait...

Power Automate Approvals – Markdown or HTML?

If you have ever used a Power Automate (formerly Microsoft Flow) Approval action, you probably know the struggle of getting the body of the...

Using variables and collections in Power Apps

Power Apps gives you the ability to use variables within your Power App. This blog post will describe the different kinds of variables and...

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