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What is the Power Automate

It is an continuation video article of our Microsoft Power Platform introductory course for Beginners series? Where we will learn about What is Microsoft Power Platform? This is an short introduction about Microsoft Power Automate. Well officially as per Microsoft

What is Microsoft Power Platform?

“The Power Platform is a low code platform that enables organizations to analyze data, act on it through applications, and automate business processes. It allows everyone, from the professional developer to the frontline worker, to participate in driving better business outcomes by building apps.

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What is Microsoft Power Automate?

Streamline repetitive tasks and paperless processes with Microsoft Power Automate—so you can focus your attention where it’s needed most

Power Automate used to be known as Microsoft Flow. This allows you to create automated workflows between your Microsoft services or other third-party applications, which allows staff to avoid carrying out repetitive tasks and save valuable time.

Use pre-built automation templates for common automations (within the Flow Gallery)

Power Automate – Microsoft flow

Create you own automations by connecting various applications, such as Outlook, SharePoint Dynamics 365 or non-Microsoft apps like Twitter, Asana, Gmail, MailChimp etc.

Set up triggers, alerts, automated emails, push notifications and much more – with no coding and in minutes

Overall it allows you to save time, reduce human error and streamline your processes

Microsoft Power Automate aka. Microsoft Flows (Previously)

Power Automate allows you to easily create automated, multi-stage workflows across a whole variety of applications and services.

Workflows can be used to improve efficiency and productivity for a whole variety of business functions, helping you automate repetitive processes and keeping you informed when you need to be.

Power Automate works by selecting a trigger and the subsequent actions to follow, it communicates with the chosen connectors in the workflow, automatically completing the actions as a result of the initial trigger.

There are so many different uses for Power Automate that can help you work better, for example, creating a workflow that automatically sends an email notification for approval/review once something has been created in Dynamics 365, or saving an Outlook email attachment to a SharePoint document library.

Users can create custom workflows for any specific processes, but there is already an exhaustive list of templates available to get going even quicker.

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