In this video we look at working through a Power Automate flow while allowing it to check conditions based on today’s date. Dates are a powerful thing in Power Automate as you can utilize them to keep a flow progressing or stop a flow from progressing. This comes in handy when dealing with requests made by users.
In this video, I will be going over how to utilize PowerApps to make filling out forms more streamlined and easier to manage. We look at making other fields hidden based on the value on a specified field of our choosing and other ways to keep the user from leaving fields empty. PowerApps is a great way to enable users to fill out forms while keeping them in-line with the way you want the form filled out. No more worrying about users putting in information you don’t need or the user leaving anything out!
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.
Using calculated columns in SharePoint can be useful for logical operations. Here's an example on how to create a calculated date column to determine if 30 days have passed.