Join Serge Luca, MVP, REDWOOD S.L SPRL, Belgium for this short video on How To use Common Data Service (CDS) Portal and Power Automate.
Here is my first post for the “Tips & Tricks” section of my blog, its entire purpose is to share some tricks or patterns that I encountered whilst working/playing with the Power Platform. Hopefully it is useful and practical! This post is based on a great concept which Alex Shlega posted a few months ago,… READ MORE
Join us for more great content at ESPC21 Online. Book your Free Pass or Upgrade Ticket here. Microsoft Power Automate makes creating workflows easy and approvals are the most common type of workflow that users need! Watch this session to understand Microsoft Power Automate workflows by looking at real scenarios, as well as taking them… READ MORE
Recently I shared a post about an experimental feature related to SharePoint connector in Power Automate on LinkedIn and came to know that so many people don’t know how to turn on experimental features in Power Automate (Previously Microsoft Flow). So, I thought of sharing the steps to turn on experimental features in Power Automate with you… READ MORE
Join Ahmad Najjar, MVP, Infoworker, Norway for this video on How To create an item in SharePoint by HTTP Request.
In a previous article  I shared an immersive, AI enriched social media monitoring and analysis model driven app to monitor any Twitter hashtags or mentions of your choice! This article is going to take a technical deep dive into how we leveraged Power Automate to integrate Twitter with a range of Azure services This… READ MORE
I see lots of questions regarding the best way to connect to a dynamics environment with Power Automate and people who struggle to find functionality that should be offered but not sure where to look. It’s not clear as crystal that there are two available CDS Connectors in Power Automate and what differs the two.… READ MORE
In this webinar developers will get a deep dive on how to call APIs, consume services and expose and surface data using different techniques; from using HTTP calls from within Power Automate to building custom connectors to integrate directly with services and extend the server-side logic with code plugins.