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Businesses can thrive without data science or coding knowledge. Microsoft’s AI Builder expands your app capabilities and turns you into a programming genius. You may be a new company trying to keep up with technological demands. Or you may be an older business trying to expand your digital capabilities. Either way, Power Apps empowered with AI Builder provide simplified solutions without extensive programming knowledge by adding data analysis and prediction algorithms. AI Builder and Microsoft Flow come with prebuilt...

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As most of you know Microsoft Flow has recently announced a new product name, Power Automate. The UI flows feature brings Robotic Process Automation (RBA) capabilities into the platform. There are also several other updates I am going to share. Call Child Flows Users are building processes in Power Automate that need dozens, sometimes hundreds of steps. But, pulling these actions into a single flow, can make it difficult to navigate and maintain that flow....

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Microsoft Power Apps gives you the ability to build professional apps that empower your team to get started quickly. Your team will have access to pre-built templates, drag-and-drop simplicity, and rapid deployment. The apps developed can also provide your developers with the tools to seamlessly extend capabilities with Azure functionality. Canvas apps within Power Apps is a more efficient way to create and customize an app where you can manage then distribute it. This blog...

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The more I get to work with Microsoft Power Automate (RIP Flow), the more impressed I am. Power Automate’s ability to create and move data in a way that would traditionally require a developer is going to make a huge impact. For now, Power Automate is going to be dependent on developers for some of D365’s more complex functionality (such as calling actions and executing retrieve multiples). Still, there’s plenty that power users can do now with Power Automate that they wouldn’t have been able to prior to Power Automate. ...

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During Microsoft Ignite 2019, key changes were announced. One of the biggest revelations was that Microsoft Flow had been renamed to Power Automate. Microsoft explained that the reasoning behind this update is because they want the software’s title to better align with the overall Power Platform. Aside from the unexpected name change, several major updates for the Power Platform were announced as well, unlocking new possibilities for users. Here are the five features we find blog–worthy:   1. Robotic Process Automation (RPA)  Hands...

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Last month, several new features were introduced into Microsoft’s Data Integration capabilities within PowerApps. This empowered users to connect, transform, and combine data from a range of sources and load it into the Common Data Service. From there, the data can be used to create apps, automate flows, and produce analytics. I am going to outline the improvements within data integration below. Here’s a list of everything that is new: – Data Integration is now...

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If you haven’t started using Flow yet, now is the time. Microsoft is pushing for Flow to replace D365 workflows, and for a good reason. Microsoft Flow has immense potential and will, without a doubt be significantly more powerful than workflows are in the future. That being said, Flow has some significant holes in it right now. While power users are going to be able to create simple flows to create or update records, more...

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It’s that time. Time for licensing updates, that is. PowerApps and Microsoft Flow are introducing new licensing plans that will go into effect on October 1st – less than one week away. We have rounded up the top questions that Microsoft partners and customers may have about the upcoming changes. First, let’s look at the new plans coming to PowerApps and Microsoft Flow.   PowerApps plans:  PowerApps per app plan: Allows individual users to run applications...

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Every organization faces constant pressure to do more with less. While technology is often key to operating more effectively and efficiently, we need to ensure we choose the right tools for our business processes. Recently, Microsoft released an exciting extension to Office 365, known as Microsoft Flow. Microsoft Flow is a cloud-based application that automates workflows across your favorite web-based services. This includes Microsoft applications such as Dynamics 365, SharePoint, Office 35r, Teams, OneDrive, etc....

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