The announced with the February 2023 release, new Microsoft Dataverse schema for storing Power Automate Desktop data, so called “v2”, requires all desktop flows to be upgraded by Q1 2024. I did this already and faced several challenges, that I would like to share with you.
This post directly refers to my latest video, where I am describing the missing steps required to really successfully reassign a task to a regular Environment Maker using Power Automate cloud flows and approvals’ data stored in Microsoft Dataverse.
The rating control in Adaptive Cards was on a roadmap. Long time ago. However, no updates were published and still no such control is available oob. Despite that, it is still possible to build a star rating, maybe not the perfect one, but working one for sure.
I have faced to day a very bizarre situation when I was trying to share an element within a SharePoint Online library, with a user who didn’t have access to the site at all. After the element was shared, user was getting access denied unless was added to “Members” permission group.
In this post I would like to share with you my latest findings about the ways you can mention actually anything in Microsoft Teams in messages sent from Power Automate, whether it is a user, a tag, a channel or a team.
This post was inspired by a message that Sergi Dominquez sent me on Twitter. It turns out, that when a request from Actionable Message in Outlook is sent to a server, Outlook waits only a specific amount of time for the response.
In Adaptive Cards there are multiple ways to show and hide content depending on other content or conditions, or even user interaction. But despite that most of them is available since the version 1.2 (so quite early) it requires a bit of knowledge how to actually implement them.