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Power Automate Functions: Or

This is a video to show you how to use the Or function within Power Automate (and Logic Apps!). This function allows you to take two arguments and return true if either argument is true.

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Power Automate Functions: And

This is a video to show you how to use the Equals function within Power Automate (and Logic Apps!). This function allows users to to check multiple equations and get the overall result. In this example, we use multiple functions to check both strings and ints.

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Power Automate Functions: Equals

This function allows users to compare objects (such as strings, ints etc) and if they’re the same, returns a true value, and if they’re not the same, returns a false value.

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Power Automate Functions: Join

This is a video to show you how to use the Join function within Power Automate (and Logic Apps!). You will also learn what a delimiter is. This function allows users to convert collections to strings while providing a parameterized way of separating the strings.

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Power Automate Functions: Skip

This is a video to show you how to use the Skip function within Power Automate (and Logic Apps!). Collections return the amount of objects after the skipped objects and Strings return the characters after the skipped characters with the secondary parameter. Effectively you ‘skip’ items and take the rest!

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Power Automate Functions: Take

This is a video to teaches you how to use the Take function within Power Automate. This function works with both Collections & Strings. Collections return the amount of objects selected and Strings return the amount of characters selected with the secondary parameter.

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Power Automate Functions: First & Last

Want to learn how get the first or last character in a string? Alternatively do you want to get the first or last object in a collection within Power Automate? Then check out this video to learn the Power Automate First & Last functions in under 3 minutes!

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