Learn Live: Get started with custom connectors in Power Automate | DIS12 is a Microsoft Learn Live course that teaches users how to build their own custom connectors in Power Automate. The course includes a lesson on how to use the Power Automate API to create custom connectors as well as how to use different technologies such as .NET and Azure Functions to create custom connectors. The course also covers topics such as debugging, testing, and publishing custom connectors. Finally, learners will have the opportunity to practice building their own custom connectors.
Custom Connectors enable app and flow makers to connect to other apps, data, and devices in the cloud. Microsoft Power Automate is a cloud-based service that enables users to create automated workflows between their favorite apps and services to synchronize files, get notifications, collect data, and more. Microsoft Azure Logic Apps is a cloud-based service that helps users to automate and orchestrate tasks, business processes, and workflows when they need to integrate apps, data, systems, and services across enterprises or organizations.
In this session, attendees will learn about the role of custom connectors and how to configure and use them in Power Automate flows. To learn more about custom connectors, attendees can visit learn.microsoft.com/en-us/training/modules/get-started-custom-connector/ for training materials and aka.ms/BuildCollectionDIS12 and aka.ms/learnatbuild for session information.
Microsoft Power Automate is a cloud-based service that enables users to create automated workflows between their favorite apps and services to synchronize files, get notifications, collect data, and more. It also offers a wide range of connectors to other popular software applications, making it easy to setup automated workflows with ease. Additionally, Power Automate can be used to automate business processes and to build custom connectors for custom applications.
Power Automate also provides a visual designer to help users quickly create automated workflows. It also provides an API to allow integration with third-party applications. Finally, Power Automate also provides a range of analytics and reporting tools to help users understand the performance of their workflows.
Microsoft Power Automate provides a range of features that enable users to create powerful automated workflows, integrate with other applications, and analyze the performance of their workflows. Additionally, users can use Power Automate to create custom connectors for their applications.
To get started with Microsoft Power Automate, users can explore the different templates that are available to help them quickly get up and running. Additionally, it is important to understand how to use the visual designer to create automated workflows. Furthermore, users should understand how to use the API to integrate with third-party applications as well as how to use the analytics and reporting tools to get insights into their workflows. Finally, users should also understand how to use custom connectors to extend the capabilities of Power Automate.