When a Flow fails, sometimes we want to capture and send that message out, to a user, support team, or teams channel. In this demo we will go through the steps to capture any error messages from a failed run.
Expressions can be confusing when starting out in Power Automate. Luckily the product team makes things easier each day. I will be showing how to grab an email address Josh.Cook@flowaltdelete.ca and transforming it to Josh Cook
In the Excel connector we are forced to use the file picker (folder icon) to select a Excel file. But what if we did not know the filename, or we are expecting NEW Excel files.. We will need a dynamic filename.
In this post, I wanted to share some of the tips and tricks that I have learnt and came across. Some of these tips I will cover the basic fundamentals so you can start using them to help you build you Flows with less pain and more fun! 1. Compose Compose actions, are one of … Continue reading “Power Automate Tips and Tricks for Beginners”
Basically, we want to be able to control if we want an error. At this time Flow does not let you easily throw an error. There is a Terminate action which is awesome, I use it in every Flow or Logic App I create.The Terminate Action will terminate the Run immediately. Terminate will not allow … Continue reading “Throw an Exception Easily (Error)”
Microsoft Forms is great for many use cases. However, with some use cases you may not want the whole organization to have access to this form. Summary In short, we want to setup a way to allow certain users to fill out a MS form.How can we achieve this?My Flow below will show how to … Continue reading “Authentication on Microsoft Forms”
Have you ever noticed that Power Automate will sneak in that ‘Apply to each loop’ even though you are only expecting a single value.
For example this can happen whenever you are using a Action that ‘Lists’ items, folders, fields, etc.
In this example I will be showing how to get a User ID in CDS with the users Full Name.