The first tutorial I ever watched on writing expressions in Power Automate used the Compose action. So, I used Compose actions anytime I needed to write an expression until I ran into problems. But, Compose isn’t the only action you can use. This post explains three things you should take into consideration when choosing which action to use for writing expressions in Power Automate. Read on to learn more.Read More »Where Do You Write Expressions in Power Automate?
I am always looking for ways to improve efficiency when developing in Alteryx. The Alteryx Browse tool has “hidden” functionality that is often overlooked. Read on to see if you’ve missed this opportunity in the Alteryx Browse tool.Read More »Have You Missed a Secret in the Alteryx Browse Tool?
My most recent Power Automate builds have included a lot of work with date and time data. I thought this would be an excellent addition to the Getting Started with Power Automate series I started a few months ago. This is also a great starting place to learn about expressions. Read on to learn more about four functions that will help simplify working with date and time in Power Automate.Read More »4 Functions to Simplify Date & Time in Power Automate
My Learning Power Automate series is coming to a close, and the last thing we are investigating is the power of Power Automate on mobile. I was searching the Templates section of Power Automate for inspiration, and I found a template with a manual trigger to send a notice to your coworkers that you were out sick. So, you might wake up one morning and feel like death. All you have to do is grab your phone, make a few clicks, and you can go back to sleep. That’s pretty cool right? Well, I made it even better with a few tweaks. Read on to learn more about Power Automate on mobile.Read More »What Can Power Automate Do On Mobile?
This week I’m showing users how to build a Power Automate flow using Microsoft Forms. The flow triggers when a form submission is received. However, there’s more than one way to create a form, and there’s quite a lot you need to know about forms before building in Power Automate, so I’m dedicating a post just to help users with Microsoft Forms. Read on to learn more.Read More »Working with Microsoft Forms in Power Automate
This weThis week, I am working on a PowerAutomate Desktop flow that extracts data from a PDF. I need to extract numbers from a string. Rather than use regex, the Recognize Entities in Text action made this task a breeze. But, because it wasn’t without its quirks and challenges, I’m doing a write up on how to use it. Read on to learn more.Read More »Extract Numbers from a String in PAD