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.
In this short post I will help you to build your Nintex for Office 365 workflow that will allow you to copy attachments that were added to a task to a related list item attachments. The list item is of course the one around which the whole workflow is running.
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.