Tag: Power Automate

Power Automate Reminder using Date in SharePoint Calculated Column
Power Automate Reminder using Date in SharePoint Calculated Column
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“The Power Automate flow works if I use a date formatted SharePoint column, but I need a reminder based on a calculated date from another date column.” “The field ‘CalculatedDate’ of type ‘Calculated’ cannot be used in the query filter expression.” When you calculate a date or a number of days in SharePoint, you might not want to end there. Sure, it’s nice to display the date/number of… READ MORE

Workflow Automation with Microsoft Power Automate
Workflow Automation with Microsoft Power Automate
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Enhance your organization’s productivity by automating repetitive tasks and simplifying business workflows using Microsoft Power Automate (formerly Microsoft Flow) Download Chapter 13 – Working with Microsoft Forms. You will learn how to create a basic form using Microsoft Forms. Purchase the full eBook here   Already a member? Log in here

Set a SharePoint Group owner with Power Automate
Set a SharePoint Group owner with Power Automate
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I know SharePoint Groups are not fashion any more, and a lot of people prefer using Sharing links to grant access to specific people, but I still find the SharePoint Groups very useful to centralize access to multiple SharePoint artefacts. I thought this would be quite simple using the SharePoint HTTP Request action but, something… READ MORE

How To Create Term In Term Store Using Power Automate
How To Create Term In Term Store Using Power Automate
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Introduction With the introduction of SharePoint V2 REST API for Managed Metadata services, it has become very easy to create a term in term store using REST API. But what if we would like to automate things? In such cases we can use the help of Power Automate. In the automation, we would create a simple… READ MORE

Custom Connector in Power Automate
Custom Connector in Power Automate
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This is part one of a complete solution that I will post on how to use Power Automate custom connectors with CDS. Power Automate is getting more and more part of the daily processes of Dynamics CRM, with the ability to use hundreds of connectors to get and send data across platforms. Recently I had… READ MORE

Power App: Don’t need controls? Hide them!
Power App: Don’t need controls? Hide them!
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Controls are a blessing and a curse at the same time. They are right there in the app and provide us with tools to perform actions quickly, but if you’re not careful, the screen is full of controls. The trick is to hide what you don’t need the user to see. As a side note,… READ MORE