In this video series, I will provide an in-depth review of Power Automate and PowerApps functionality, integration between the two, and how truly efficient this combination can be. This first video is an introduction to what I will be discussing over the next several episodes. By the end of the series, you will have a better understanding of these two applications and the experience that you can deliver to users within your organization.
PowerApps can be used to create applications that work with a multitude ofMicrosoft Office 365 products, such as SharePoint, Teams, Outlook, and Power Automate. Power Automate can be used to automate business practices, such as sending emails and changing file permissions, to reduce manual labor and increase efficiency.
Inside of PowerApps, we have created two forms that team members can use to schedule and submit procurement packages. Within Power Automate, we have created a couple of flows to help move the process along after a user has completed the respective form. Power Automate has the ability to update list items, send emails, create folders in SharePoint, and much more.
With Power Automate and PowerApps, you can bring out the full potential of Microsoft’s Office 365 platform. Integrate both within your SharePoint pages, lists, and libraries. Connect with Outlook calendars and create new events. Connect with Microsoft Teams and create unique flows within your teams. The possibilities areendless!