This text elaborates the use of Power Automate Run-Only for Outlook and SharePoint. It answers recurring queries about the run-only feature's operations. The author uses a real-world example to demonstrate the usage with the SharePoint list's item level flows. The primary topics covered are:
The video's content is detail-oriented and begins with an introduction, followed by the starting point of building the flow. It maintains a continuous flow by detailing an overview of the SharePoint lists, finalizing the flow construction, checking if the run-only users appear in the flow settings, verifying the flow's appearance in the list, and then testing the flow.
Power Automate Run-Only functionality for Outlook and SharePoint offers significant efficiencies in automating tasks. Sharing the run-only feature within groups allows for collaboration on workflows built within SharePoint. Furthermore, changing an Outlook connector's account enhances flexibility, allowing different accounts to be linked for task automation. These unique offerings enhance productivity levels and streamline workflows.
Power Automate is a powerful tool that can be used to automate tasks and processes in Outlook and SharePoint. In this video, we will be learning how to use the Power Automate Run-Only feature to build item level flows in a SharePoint list. We will cover topics such as building a SharePoint item level flow, using the run-only feature, sharing the flow with users or groups, changing an Outlook connector's account, and verifying the flow runs correctly. After watching this video, you should have a good understanding of how to use the Power Automate Run-Only feature in Outlook and SharePoint.
Power Automate, SharePoint List, Item Level Flow, Outlook Connector, Run-Only Feature, SharePoint Permissions