Microsoft released the Microsoft Power Platform: 2023 release wave 1 plan on February 2nd, 2023. In this video, I'll be covering my top 4 updates for Power Automate.
- 1 Define sequential approvals in Power Automate
- 2 Monitor performance for cloud and desktop flow activities
- 3 Store cloud flow execution history in Microsoft Dataverse
- 4 Use native integration for flows in Excel
- 5 Push cloud flow execution data into Application Insights
Other 5 Updates for Power Automate Nice Things
- Improved AI Builder capabilities - With the new release, users can now build and manage more powerful AI models directly within Power Automate to detect complex patterns in data. This will enable better decision-making and improved automation outcomes.
- Enhanced integration with Microsoft Teams - Users will be able to create flows directly from within Teams that automate workflows across different applications such as SharePoint, Dynamics 365, Office 365 and Outlook.
- New connectors for external services - Connectors have been added for popular external services like Twilio, Slack and Trello so that users can integrate their existing systems into Power Automate without any additional coding required.
- Ability to trigger flows using voice commands – Using this new feature, users can trigger a flow by speaking commands into their device’s microphone or through text input on supported platforms (such as Cortana).
- Robust security features – Additional security measures have been put in place including multi-factor authentication support when creating/editing/deleting flows as well as enhanced monitoring of suspicious activities related to the service itself
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