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Creating and Updating Data

In the previous step, you learnt about querying data. Using Get Record, List Record and Filter Queries retrieve data at a specific point in time. Now you will learn about …

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 …

Custom Actions

In the previous step, you looked at building a workflow where you learned about conditional actions to create branches of actions, modification actions to update information, record values using static …

Scope on Triggers

When using the Common Data Service (CDS) triggers it’s important to properly set the options on the trigger to ensure it only fires only when the desired modifications occur. The …

Workflows and Other Automations

In the previous step, you learnt about workflow waiting, parallel wait, stopping, URL’s and child workflows. These will assist you in setting up workflows with automation more effectively. When building …

Configuring Workflows in Microsoft Power Platform

Workflows automate business processes. People usually use workflow processes to initiate automation that doesn’t require any user interaction. When configuring workflows, you have four major areas to consider: When to …

Naming

In the previous step, you looked at dynamic data. This is how you reference data from prior steps in a flow and dynamically bind it to the current properties. In …

Execution Security Text

In the previous step, you looked at real-time workflows, which are used when a business process requires someone to immediately see the results of the process or if you want …

Error Handling

In the previous step, you learnt about variables and looping. Variables are initialised and can be set, incremented, or decremented depending on their data type. They can be used in …