When someone submits a Microsoft Form, you can build flows based on their response. If your form contains the rating question type, and you want this to influence the actions taken in your flow (such as a notification if someone provides a poor rating), you'll need to first add in another step to make sure … Continue reading Power Automate conditions based on a rating response in Microsoft Forms
Trying to type in long expressions in your Power Automate cloud flows can be frustrating. To make writing expressions and selecting dynamic content easier for yourself, you can turn on Experimental features.
Microsoft has published the Wave 2 2022 release wave, which gives us a list of new features across Power Platform and Dynamics 365 we can look forward to. I'm highlighting my 5 top picks for Power Platform here.
If you're looking for a way to extract data from invoices in an instant, Microsoft's AI Builder is your answer. With the Invoice Processing model, all you need to do is upload your invoice (or have it arrive via email or another method), then AI Builder does the work of pulling out all the information you need.
The Word Online (Business) connector for Power Automate allows you to generate documents. Beginning with a Microsoft Word template, you can use the connector in a flow to take inputs, populate them in a template, and save the document. Here, we'll take a look at how you can use a conversation with a bot to collect these inputs, create the document, then return a link to the file back to the user.
Would you like to know when someone makes changes to a document? With Power Automate, you can send yourself a notification when someone updates a file stored in Microsoft Teams (SharePoint).
When opening up Power Automate, you'll be asked if you want to created an automated cloud flow, instant could flow, scheduled cloud flow, desktop flow, or business process flow. Let's break down what each type is and when you would use it.
This post will take you through how to configure your PVA bot's system fallback topic, and use Power Automate track unrecognised trigger phrases entered in by your bot users. You can use this feedback to add new topics to your bot or improve triggering on current topics.
Against message in Microsoft Teams, you have the option to perform actions. With Power Automate, you can build a flow to create your own custom action to appear in your list. This works for both messages posted in a channel and those in a chat.
With Power Virtual Agents, it is possible to return a GIF or an image to the conversation via Power Automate. This post will take you through the steps of how you can use Power Automate to randomly select one of your curated images or GIFs, then send it to the conversation with the end user in Power Virtual agents. It's an easy way to add some variety to your chatbot conversations.