- Why transition to Power Automate?
- Preparing for migration
- Licensing considerations
- Connecting to Microsoft and non-Microsoft services
- Working with templates
- Creating a project approval workflow
- Creating a recurring flow
- SharePoint REST calls
- Troubleshooting flows
- Permissions and sharing
Skill Level Intermediate
- [April] Are you ready to take advantage of the rich automation capabilities that Office 365 has to offer? It's time to ditch those old SharePoint Designer workflows and embrace the modern power of Power Automate. Hi, I'm April Dunnam, a partner, technical architect at Microsoft. I've been a consultant focused on helping businesses get the most out of their collaboration tools for over 10 years. If you're looking for guidance on what Power Automate has to offer, and how to migrate your old SharePoint Designer workflows to it, then you've come to the right place.
SharePoint for Enterprise: Site Ownerswith Bill Kulterman2h 17m Intermediate
SharePoint for Project Management (Modern Theme)with Bill Kulterman1h 57m Intermediate
1. Prepping for Migration
2. Components of a Flow
4. Approvals and Tasks
5. Advanced Scenarios
6. Troubleshooting and Sharing
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