Microsoft Flow

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Maintain clean and reusable code in Power Automate Desktop Flows with Subflows

You’re tasked with creating a Power Automate Desktop (PAD) Flow that contains many different stages, you have noticed that your Flow is getting incredibly long, how do you maintain a clean-code approach? Maybe you want to reuse a section of your Flow rather than copying and pasting it multiple times, how do you do this? Well this is where Subflows come in to play!

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Power Automate Functions: EncodeURIComponent (Make URLs Safe!)

This is a video to show you how to use the encodeUriComponent function within Power Automate (and Logic Apps!). This function allows you to add URL safe characters to return an encoded URL.

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Power Automate Functions: DecodeURIComponent (Get A Human Readable URL)

This is a video to show you how to use the decodeUriComponent function within Power Automate (and Logic Apps!). This function allows you to remove URL safe characters to return a human-readable URL.

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Power Automate Functions: Rand (Randomly Generated Number)

This is a video to show you how to use the rand function within Power Automate (and Logic Apps!). This function allows you to randomly select and return a number between two sets of integers. We use an example by randomly generating a number between 0 and 9999.

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Power Automate Functions: Coalesce (Handle Null Values from Objects)

This is a video to show you how to use the coalesce function within Power Automate (and Logic Apps!). This function allows you to do defensive programming, checking for a null values and returning a value if a null value has been found.

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Power Automate Functions: URIQuery (Get Query Parameters from a URL)

This is a video to show you how to use the uriQuery function within Power Automate (and Logic Apps!). This function allows you to get the query parameters after the host (and path parameters). You can then, for example, change URL host and path parameters easily between environments while keeping a query structure! If you […]

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Power Automate Functions: URIHost (Maintain Host Websites and Change Paths)

This is a video to show you how to use the uriHost function within Power Automate (and Logic Apps!). This function allows you to get the host (such as www.flowjoe.io) from a link. You can then, for example, change URLs and maintain the host easily between environments while editing the paths!

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Power Automate Functions: URIPath (Change URLs Between Environments)

This is a video to show you how to use the uriPath function within Power Automate (and Logic Apps!). This function allows you to get the path after the host. You can then, for example, change URL hosts easily between environments while keeping a path structure!

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Power Automate Functions: Workflow (Current Flow Information)

This is a video to show you how to use the workflow function within Power Automate (and Logic Apps!). This function allows you to get information about the Flow that is currently running, including the display name, the environment and more! This video uses an example of emailing the Flow name and environment if an error occurred during the run of the Flow.

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Power Automate Functions: DayOfWeek

This is a video to show you how to use the dayOfWeek function within Power Automate (and Logic Apps!). This function allows you to take the date you’re working with and get the week day number representation from is (i.e. 5 = Friday), this tutorial also shows you how to get the actually week day name as well!

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