Category Archives: Microsoft 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 »

How to Find Next Month and Previous Month using Power Automate within Dynamics 365 CRM

Introduction In this blog, we are checking how we can calculate the next/previous month’s date time from today’s date time or calculate the next/previous month’s date time from the selected date. There is no direct way or predefined function to calculate the next/previous month in Power Automate. However, we can achieve this process using the… Read More »

Building Custom Connectors for Power Apps and Power Automate Flows – Part 1

Custom logic has until now and still being developed mostly as plugin or workflow assemblies. If you wanted to extend the default behavior of the platform on certain actions like create or update record, you developed either a plugin or workflow and then had to use the Plugin Registration Tool to register this on the… Read More »

Microsoft Power Automate Flow Trigger Conditions & CDS Filter Expressions Explained!

Microsoft Power Automate Flows are the recommended path forward for extending business logic that traditionally was extended using Plugins and Workflows. For code execution trigger we were only offered message as an option and in case of the update message a step forward to choose the fields that need to be updated for the plugin… Read More »

Power Automate Flows now available from within Business Process Flows

Business Process Flow helps business visualize their process flow on the Dynamics 365 CRM records and see the progress and the current status of the record along the process. Business processes often require automation of certain actions upon achieving certain stages of the process. With this in mind Microsoft included the ability to invoke. 1.… Read More »

Creating Activities using Power Automate Flows now possible!

Introduction Power Automate is the next big thing for Microsoft as it helps to perform automated actions and operations without requiring pro-dev capabilities. The power of the flow however, depends on how comprehensive the connectors are. Microsoft has been working to enhance its connectors for Dynamics 365 CRM. This journey started with the release of… Read More »

Interacting with Power Automate Flows from Power Apps – Canvas Apps

Introduction It is well-known that Power Automate is a low-code, no-code solution to automation with various triggers that it supports including Event driven, HTTP request, Timer/Scheduled and Manual flows. Manual/Button flows help in designing powerful Canvas Apps that can offload complex logic executions to flow while focusing on user experience of the app. In this… Read More »

How to Call an Action through Power Automate(MS Flow)

Introduction As Microsoft is providing us more flexibility with Power Automate (MS Flow), recently we found that now we can call the Action through Power Automate (MS Flow) directly. Previously we used to call an Action through HTTP request, but now we can directly call an Action through the Power Automate (flow) steps. Before that… Read More »