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Demonstration – Flow Concepts

This demo takes you through the steps of adding queries to your existing flow. Condition actions are added to check if any records are returned from the list chosen. The …

Runtime Management

In the previous step, you looked at workflow templates, which allow you to quickly create a workflow by starting from a pre-built state. When it comes to workflows, the great …

Scope

In the previous step, we looked at Recomendations, which is an automated data entry based on the available information and business requirements. This will help us to correctly setup Business …

Common Patterns and Techniques

In the previous step, we examined formulas and now we will learn about common patterns and techniques. Business rules have a number of common patterns and techniques that can be …

Rules Interaction with Other Automation

In the previous step, we looked at how to use if-then-else conditions, applying conditions to new rules, using dependencies to action rules and implementing calculation fields. This will help us …

Available Processes and Uses

In the previous step, we looked at an overall view of the Power Platform. In this step, we will explore the various choices when it comes to automation in the …

Actions

In the previous step, we looked at conditions in order to express the criteria that must be met to perform the actions associated with the condition. We learnt how to …

Stage Gating

In the previous step, you learnt that you can simplify the user experience by creating a business process flow that spans multiple entities. To leverage this, you will now look …

Custom Controls

In the previous step, you looked at user access rights and security roles so that you are able to implement rules on business processes effectively. Steps within business process flows …

Working with Business Process Flow Entity

In the previous step, you learnt about how business process flows interact directly with the user, guiding them through a real-life business process. In this step that will be expanded …

Branching

in the previous step, you learnt that each business process flow definition has a separate entity defined in the data model. In addition to adding stages to a business process …

Multiple Business Process Flows

In the previous step, you looked at stages and steps. Stages allow the user to track their progress. There are three kinds of steps in these stages: Data steps, Workflows …

Canvas

Starting a Microsoft Flow form a PowerApps canvas app allows offloading work from the canvas app to flow. This can be done to allow the work to continue in the …

Flow App

In the previous step, you learnt how to configure triggers. A flow can be configured to prompt the user for input parameters that are available to the flow at execution. …