Power Automate for beginners: Templates & send a Teams notification when a new Form response is submitted

If you have just discovered Power Automate, knowing where to start can be difficult. Power Automate is a no-code tool from Microsoft that allows you to work smarter by automating your repetitive tasks. You likely already have Power Automate included in your work Office license. Just head over to http://www.flow.microsoft.com and sign in with your … Continue reading Power Automate for beginners: Templates & send a Teams notification when a new Form response is submitted

Using “Apply to each” control to perform mail merge with Power Automate

Apply to each control in Power Automate is used to perform a series of actions for each row/entry you have in a list. That means it can be used to perform mail merge. In this example, I'll show you how you can send an email to a list of people, who have their details are … Continue reading Using “Apply to each” control to perform mail merge with Power Automate

Power Automate tip: Configure how errors are handled in your flows

There's nothing more disappointing when your flow run fails in Power Automate 💔A lot of people don't know, but you can configure actions to run depending on the success or failure of a previous step. This allows you to set up a back-up plan, which is especially important for those business-critical flows. Configure run after … Continue reading Power Automate tip: Configure how errors are handled in your flows

Resources for getting Microsoft Certified on Power Platform and taking your first exam

Perhaps you have attended a Microsoft "In a Day" training session and you are now looking to take your first steps towards obtaining a Power Platform certification. I've put together some useful resources here that I often share with people looking to get certified. As a business user, PL-900 is the one to start with. … Continue reading Resources for getting Microsoft Certified on Power Platform and taking your first exam

Power Automate visual for Power BI: Triggering flows from your reports

With the Power Automate visual, your users can trigger workflows simply by clicking a button in a Power BI report. With the Power Automate visual, your users can trigger workflows simply by clicking a button in a Power BI report, and has become my favourite visual to use. The flow can use data from your report, and your flows can be as simple or complex as necessary, making use of the 470+ connectors available.