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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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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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Importing PowerApps Outside of a Solution

When I started learning the PowerPlartform, I decided Flow was my thing to learn. I’m now enjoying and developing my Flow knowledge and I want to progress further by seeing exactly how Flow can help with other Microsoft Applications. My first adventure into this learning was Power Apps, keeping within the Power Platform stack. I […]

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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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Cloning A Flow

So, you’ve made an awesome Flow, now you want to make some adjustments or try some new awesome Flow functionality to improve a Flow but want to keep the original too? This blog post shows you how to easily clone a Flow. The Clone Firstly, open the ‘My Flows’ section of the Microsoft Flow Website. […]

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Stand Alone Flow Application – Post 1

So, we all know how awesome Power Apps is, however, Microsoft Flow is equally as awesome and can be used on its on for data applications. This blog post is the first of a small series and aims at creating a custom connector for the NHL™ (because I’m starting to become a big fan!) and […]

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Using Puppeteer with Edge Chromium

The PowerPlatform has frequent updates, leaving users in a situation that testing needs to be able to be fast and reliable, running when deployments are updated. This is so that we can ensure nothing has broken on our customers systems and if there has been issues, we can know about them and resolve them as […]

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Creating a Custom Connector in 7 Steps

This blog post is to show you how easy it is in 7 steps to jump straight in to creating your own custom connectors with Microsoft Flow. It will focus on creating the custom connector I previously made with my last video post connecting Microsoft Flow and Companies House. Pre-Requisites This guide assumes that you have access […]

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