• Dynamics 365 Migrating Power Automate Flows

      Nick Chin, 11 March 2020

      If you have multiple Dynamics 365 environments e.g. Dev, Test, UAT and Production then you may need to migrate Power Automate Flows.There are two ways to import Power Automate Flows into an environment; using a Package (Package.zip) or using a Solution.Package (Package.zip) You can export and import

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    • Adaptive Card Responses in Teams using Power Automate

      Isaac Stephens, 25 February 2020

      Power Automate recently released two new actions for Microsoft Teams. These actions allow you to post an Adaptive Card to a User or to a Team and wait for a response. Actions generally just run without any human interaction; however, these new actions bring in a new level of Human – Flow interaction

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    • Formatting Numbers in Power Automate Flow

      Isaac Stephens, 31 January 2020

      Power Automate has just released the new Format Number action, which allows you to format a number from one of the out of the box options, or by your own custom number format. This can be useful, as you are able to display numbers in a formatted way while maintaining the base value behind it for gre

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    • Gotchas while Triggering Power Automate Flow from a Power Virtual Agent

      Ronelle Raath, 28 January 2020

      Microsoft launched Power Virtual Agents, a splendid new feature that enables you to create and deploy a resource, that can perform processes and engagement with your Users, all via a user-friendly no-code/low-code WYSIWYG editor!You can create an automated personalised conversation with your users t

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    • Adding a Power Automate Flow into a Power Platform Solution

      Adam Murchison, 17 January 2020

      Microsoft’s Power Automate platform is improving and there are always better ways to do tasks, with this in mind I’ve written this blog to facilitate your processes involved with Power Automate. Why add a Power Automate Flow into a solution?You should add the Power Automate Flow into a solution so t

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    • Running a Microsoft Flow from a Business Process Flow in Dynamics 365

      Ronelle Raath, 29 November 2019

      Microsoft Flow can be configured to easily automate tasks which use a range of different applications and services. Not only can you connect to Dynamics 365 from Flow to work with records – you can also run Flows from within Business Process Flows in Dynamics 365.Create Flow:In this example I create

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    • Clarifying Power Apps Push Notifications via Power Automate Flows

      Sean Roque, 28 November 2019

      Power Automate provides us with a connector that allows for sending Push Notifications to your Canvas Power App. Most of the details can be found here.Here are a few of our findings while implementing this Power Automate functionality.The link above mentions that a known limitation of the Push Notif

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    • Configure Power Automate Flows for Easier Deployments

      Adam Murchison, 19 November 2019

      While creating Power Automate Flows (previously known as Microsoft Flow), I learnt a lot about deploying and constructing them efficiently and effectively. There are many ways to improve your Flow so that it runs better and it’s easier to deploy. This is how I make deployments of my flows easier usi

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    • Microsoft Flow will fall under the brand name Microsoft Power Automate

      Gayan Perera, 13 November 2019

      If you’re playing in the Microsoft Business Applications space you’re probably saying to yourself ‘not again!’ We all know there have been many naming changes, licensing changes, announcements that were recanted etc etc. Hard to keep up…I know!So, a bit of an explanation as to what was announced at

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    • How to Call a Child Flow from a Parent Flow

      Satyvir Jasra, 06 November 2019

      As part of the October release, Microsoft released quite a lot of new features for Microsoft Flow (now part of Microsoft Power Automate) which makes development easier and faster for Users. One of those cool new features is the addition of ‘Run a Child Flow’, which means we can call a child Flow fro

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    • Replicating If Statements, For Loops and Do While Loops in Microsoft Flow

      Adam Murchison, 29 October 2019

      People who know a little bit about programming may need a good starting point for understanding how Flow works and how they can replicate their programming knowledge in Flow. When first outlining a solution to a problem I break the problem down into pseudocode, a logical set of actions that I then u

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    • Facebook Lead Ad to Dynamics 365 via LeadsBridge and Flow

      Sean Roque, 24 October 2019

      Facebook is one of the largest social media platforms that offers high view rates and precision with the target audience. Combined with Microsoft Dynamics 365, a leading cloud-based business applications platform to store and manage this information, we end up with a powerful combination for enterpr

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    • Dynamics 365: Solving the Action Invalid Argument error with Flow

      Nick Chin, 23 October 2019

      Have you ever had the “Invalid Argument” error from an Action before?This can happen when you are retrieving a record with code and it returns a null. If an Action has an EntityReference output, then it must always return data. So, if you encounter this problem, what should you do?If the logic is co

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    • Improving Microsoft Flow Runtime using Concurrency Control

      Satyvir Jasra, 22 October 2019

      In Microsoft Flow, one of the most used controls is ‘Apply Each’ which is used to process a list of items. However, if there is a large list of items to process through, the ‘Apply Each’ action will run for a very long time, because only one item can be processed at a time. What if we could process

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    • Quickly create a manually triggered Flow in Dynamics 365

      Nick Chin, 17 October 2019

      There are multiple ways to create a triggered Flow with Dynamics 365. One way is by browsing to the Flow centre and creating the Flow.If you’re logged into Dynamics 365, Flow be accessed from the top left by clicking the Office 365 app button, then selecting Flow.Select the “Create” tab.Since we are

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