Category Archives: Flow

How to Read URL Parameters from URL using uriQuery() function in Power Automate

Introduction In this blog, we will see how to read the parameter from the URL in Power Automate. For example, let’s take the below URL: https://inogic.com?EmpId=1&EmpName=JohnThomas Here, we have passed Employee Id and Employee Name in the web URL and now we have to get those two parameters from URL. There is one inbuilt function… Read More »

Actionable messages in Microsoft Teams with Adaptive Cards using Power Automate Flows

In one of our earlier blog, we had looked at approvals connector that would allow us to send an approval message to select users and wait to receive their response before further action is initiated. The approvals are presented through a power automate mobile app or can be accessed from the flow portal. Microsoft Teams… Read More »

Execution Context for CDS (Current Environment) Connector in Power Automate Flows Explained

Power Automate Flows are executed as an asynchronous background execution. It is important to understand the execution context being used for all the steps/actions designed in the flow for audit purposes. Prior to this setting being made available, you needed to associate a connection with every action and the action was executed under the context… Read More »

How to use Scope with Common Data Service in Microsoft Flow

Introduction As we know in Dynamics 365 CE, the record access level plays a very crucial role, because it helps users to limit the access to the records in the Organization. This access of records can be to whole Organization, Parent: Child Business Units, Business Unit and User level. In the same way we can… Read More »

Microsoft Flow – Create record in Dynamics 365 using Gmail Connector

Introduction: Recently we received a requirement to integrate a mailbox not configured in CRM and external to CRM with Dynamics 365. The client had an enquiry mailbox, and they did not want the emails to be created in CRM, and therefore it was not configured. However, they did want that the lead should be automatically… Read More »