Microsoft Power Automate

Manage your daily business processes, automate repetitive tasks with microsoft power automate



Microsoft Power Automate

Manage your daily business processes, automate repetitive tasks with Microsoft Power Automation

Microsoft Power Automate is a way to get your existing applications to talk to each other, connect them, establish process flows and automate your time-consuming tasks. With Microsoft Power Automate, whether you start from a template, or create your own multi-step flow, setting up and getting started is extremely simple.

Here’s what Microsoft Power Automate can do for you:

  • Build time-saving customized workflows with pre-built connectors for multiple apps and systems
  • Rely on cloud-based secure workflows with no coding experience
  • Automate time-consuming manual tasks

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How does it work? 

  • Unify your API and UI-based automation together in a single platform
  • Record repetitive actions and transform them into intelligent workflows
  • Train bots to manage your repetitive tasks
  • Create automated workforce without prior knowledge of coding
  • Run scripts in a centralized and secure environment

What are the different types of work process automations? 

  • Automated flows - As the name suggests, this flow automates one or more of your tasks automatically after it is triggered by an event. For instance, you can create a flow that sends you an email when someone tweets with a specific keyword. In this case, sending the tweet will be the event and the email will be the action.
  • Button flows - There are many repetitive tasks that we all wish we could run with the tap of a button. For example, you may need to send a quick email reminder to your team to join a daily team sync. In times like these, instant flows allow you to accomplish it simply by tapping a button on your mobile device.
  • Scheduled flows - These are flows that allow you to perform one or more tasks such as sending a report on a specific day, date, or time -- as specified by you.
  • Business process flows - This flow allows you to ensure that your employees enter data consistently and follow the same steps every time they work with a customer. For instance, you might want to create a business process flow to have your customer representatives handle customer service requests the same way, or to require that people get approval for an invoice before submitting an order. Business process flows use this underlying technology as other processes, but the capabilities that they provide are very different from other features that use processes.
  • UI flows - UI flows ushers in Robotic Process Automation (RPA) capabilities into Power Automate. UI flows can be used to automate repetitive tasks in Windows and Web applications. They record and play back user interface actions like clicks, keyboard input, tc for applications that don't have easy-to-use or complete APIs available.

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