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Power Automate – Expression Editor and Dynamic Content Update

One of the most annoying things about Power Automate, the former Microsoft Flow, is the small, odd placed Expression Editor. Good to know is that Microsoft is working on an update that is available for you to try out right now. In this article, I … Read morePower Automate – Expression Editor and Dynamic Content Update

Trigger Flow when moving a task in Planner between Buckets

I have written before about how I using Microsoft Flow to automatically create GitHub Issues from tasks in Planner. This is working fine for the project I am working on, but we needed more for our web development team. Our development team is growing and … Read moreTrigger Flow when moving a task in Planner between Buckets

Microsoft Flow Tutorial – Part 2. Using custom references

In part 1 of this Microsoft Flow Tutorial, we created a pretty simple flow that allows you to pass data from one app to another. In this case a task from Planner to Github. In part 2 we are going work on closing the task … Read moreMicrosoft Flow Tutorial – Part 2. Using custom references

Microsoft Flow Tutorial – Part 1. Learn it with Examples

As an IT guy, I really like to automate things. So I am always on the lookout for repetitive tasks that can be automated or opportunities to share data between applications. Data shouldn’t be entered twice and with tools like Microsoft Flow is it really … Read moreMicrosoft Flow Tutorial – Part 1. Learn it with Examples

Working with expression in Microsoft Flow

In Microsoft Flow, you can use expressions for every action, switch, or condition and manipulate data. Using this in combination with variables allows you to do some cool and very useful things (calculating dates, manipulating strings, extracting parts of a string, and a lot more). … Read moreWorking with expression in Microsoft Flow