Flow

Listen to How I Started: Power Platform People Podcast

This episode of the Power Platform People Podcast is brought to you by mscrm-addons.com. Bearded365Guy and TheMarkChristie bring to you Flow_Joe_

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Track Your Amazon Expenditure With Microsoft Flow (Stage 1)

If you’re like me and you now shop online more than you do in stores, ordering at just a click of a button and tracking your overall expenditure is constantly becoming harder. You can of course view each order on your account, but you do not get an overall view of your spend. This blog […]

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Official Microsoft Flow 2019 Conference

The Microsoft Flow 2019 Conference is well underway, I’ve decided to create an informational blog post to summarise the content of my presentation. Session Information Getting started with Microsoft Flow custom connectors This session is designed to get you started with creating your own custom connectors with Microsoft Flow. You will take a journey through […]

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Understanding The Trigger: Outlook.com – When a New Email Arrives

When an email is received in your Outlook.com account, you may want to have some business logic run against this email, maybe you want to check if there is a response to a question or you want to log the money you have been spending at a certain […]

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Geo-Fence Your Customers!

This is a video about the Location trigger ‘When I Enter or Exit an Area’ hosted by @JonJLevesque. It will take us on a journey of building a Flow that pulls customer records from Dynamics/Social Media & News to help enable your sales person to walk in the door with all the information delivered to […]

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Understanding The Trigger: When a HTTP request is received

When a HTTP request is received is a trigger that is responsive and can be found in the ‘built-in’ trigger category under the ‘Request’ section. This is a responsive trigger as it responds to an HTTP Request and thus does not trigger unless something […]

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Understanding The Trigger: Recurrence

Recurrence is a trigger can be found in the ‘built-in’ trigger category under the ‘Schedule’ section. The trigger is used for scheduling a flow to run over a frequency of seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks or months from a specified date and time.

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Understanding The Trigger: Manually Trigger a Flow

Manually Trigger a Flow is a trigger can be found in the ‘built-in’ trigger category under the ‘Flow Button for Mobile’ section. The trigger is used for manually triggering a Flow from a the Flow Mobile app. This places a circular button on the Flow app (shown below) that, when pressed, triggers the related flow.

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An Introduction to Copy & Paste in Microsoft Flow

I’ve spent the weekend copying and pasting Flow actions here, there and everywhere! It was glorious! This blog post is for the new Copy & Paste feature that’s currently in preview on Microsoft Flow, it goes into detail on what exactly you can do with it and how you do it! It also shows you […]

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Stand Alone Flow Application – Post 2

This is the second post in a small series of making a stand-alone Microsoft Flow application following on from the first post. We’re going to jump straight in where we left off and now expand from simply returning some team information to getting the teams previous game, the score, their competitors name and send a […]

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