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Microsoft Flow / Power Automate is a cloud-based
service from Microsoft which can be used to create workflows in order to
automate lengthy manual tasks.

Power Automate is a cloud-based service that makes
it practical and simple for line-of-business users to build workflows that
automate time-consuming business tasks and processes across applications and

Power Automate is a tool that allows you to establish automatic workflows between your favourite apps and services to synchronise files, get notifications, and collect statistics, among other things.

There are two distinct customers for Power Automate:

In corporate companies, line-of-business “Citizen Integrators” work with IT to bring responsibility for business solutions closer to the business.
IT decision makers who wish to enable line-of-business partners to build their own solutions so that IT professionals and integration specialists may focus on more advanced integration technologies like Azure Logic Apps.

Line-of-business users can use Power Automate’s features to develop automated workflows. Logic Apps is an Azure service that includes connection with Azure Resource Manager and the Azure Portal, as well as PowerShell and xPlat CLI, Visual Studio, and more connectors. To learn more about Logic Apps, go here.

All you need is a web browser to use Power Automate.as well as an email address

Email addresses that end in.com are supported by Power Automate.With the exception of.gov and.mil, you can use anything.

Power Automate is a public cloud service only.

However, you can securely connect to your own on-premises services through the

on-premises data gateway.

Power Automate is pre-configured with over 100 data sources, and we’re always adding more. The following are some examples of data sources and services:

Dynamics 365 for SharePoint
OneDrive for Business is a cloud storage service for businesses.
Google Drive is a cloud-based storage service.
Google Sheets is an online spreadsheet programme.
Twitter \sBox
Customer APIs for Mailchimp

Pre-built flows for popular and typical cases are known as templates. You only need access to the services in the template and the ability to fill up any relevant settings to use it.

You can connect to over 100 Microsoft and third-party standard services, including Office 365, Twitter, SharePoint, OneDrive, Dropbox, SQL Server, and more. Premium services like Salesforce and Common Data Service can also be connected to

By designing a custom connector, you can connect to any REST API that uses JSON and supports at least one of more than ten authentication methods.
APIs for customers

You can connect to any JSON-based REST API.

by establishing a custom authentication method that supports at least one of more than ten authentication methods

a unique connector


Flows can be shared in one of two ways:
You can include coworkers or groups in your project.
as owners of your flows, allowing them to update and control the
If you want to run a flow manually, you can do so.
You can also give other persons or organisations in your company permission to do just that.
Follow the flow.

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