If you’re building Flows, chances are you’re doing it to automate a repetitive
task to save time. If that's the case, you’ll be interested in these five
features of Power Automate that are designed to save you time as a citizen
- 0:00 - Intro
- 0:30 - Run History Metadata
- 4:01 - Batch Resubmit Flow Runs
- 8:53 - Experimental Features
- 12:29 - Copy Paste Actions
- 14:52 - Solutions and Child Flows
- 20:42 - Outro
5 more good Things for PowerAutomate
- Instant Flow Creation: Power Automate allows you to quickly create automated workflows by connecting to a wide range of applications and services. You can quickly create workflows for a variety of tasks, such as creating forms, tasks, calendars, and more.
- Trigger Automations: With Power Automate, you can set triggers to automatically start workflows when certain events occur. You can also set conditions so that only certain events trigger your workflow.
- Schedule Automations: Power Automate makes it easy to schedule your automated workflows. You can set up your workflow to run at specific times and dates, or you can set it to run on a recurring basis.
- Create Customized Workflows: With Power Automate, you can customize your workflows to meet your specific needs. You can add conditions, add steps, and change the order of steps. This allows you to create workflows that are tailored for your specific tasks.
- Receive Notifications: Power Automate allows you to receive notifications when certain events occur in your workflow. You can also set up notifications for when your workflow is completed or when a task is assigned to you. This helps you stay informed and makes sure that you don't miss any important tasks.