The other day in the office, my coworkers and I reminisced about the days before business automation. We laughed ruefully at the myriad hours spent managing workflows and projects, scrambling to keep tabs on the various moving parts of our company operations. There were always deadlines to monitor, workers to whom we had to send reminders, workers to whom we had to send extra reminders, and sometimes even the nightmare scenario of an employee joining or leaving the team and us having to redistribute their workload.
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.
Cloud technology has grown over the past few years, and even more so recently due to COVID-19. With many organizations packing up and working from home, they must be able to keep their business processes streamlined and efficient even when out of the office. Organizations need reliable and consistent ways to give employees and clients the ability to capitalize on this technology and the impact it can have on revenue. This is where Power Platform comes into play.