Tag Archives: Power Automate

Customer Voice – Personalized variables within Survey Invitations using Power Automate Flow

Microsoft has provided Customer Voice Surveys which help an organization to design the Survey where users can provide feedback by answering the questions within the Survey. Customer Voice allows Survey Designers to design effective Survey using various types of Questions such as Text, Date, Rating, Likert, File Upload, etc. Once the customer voice survey is… Read More »

Custom Actions with Power Automate Desktop Flows

Introduction A custom action in desktop flow is a feature designed to automate repetitive tasks seamlessly. This blog provides a comprehensive guide on designing and leveraging custom actions in the desktop version of Power Automate flows. The journey starts with a step-by-step procedure to create these custom actions, offering a detailed walkthrough of the process… Read More »

Exploring Cross-Environment Connectivity with the Microsoft Dataverse Connector

We know that Power Automate allows us to execute a variety of tasks by connecting our present environment to the platform through the Microsoft Dataverse connector. This connector establishes a link between our current environment and Power Automate, enabling us to automate various tasks within our existing environment. While we can efficiently carry out tasks… Read More »

How to use the dateDifference() function in Power Automate

Power Automate has recently introduced an innovative function aimed at calculating the difference between two dates. However, finding the difference between two dates in Power Automate was quite complex, and with the recent introduction of dateDifference() function, Microsoft has eased that out. In this blog, we will see how the process of calculating the difference… Read More »

Seamless Report Customization & Execution with Resco Mobile App and Power Automate

The Resco Mobile App provides a valuable feature that enables users to customize reports through the Resco Report Tool. This tool constructs a report in the form of a template, storing it within the CRM system. Within a form, there is a command named “Run Report,” which grants users the choice to initiate the report… Read More »

How to filter JSON array using Filter Array action in Power Automate

A requirement of filtering JASON arrays can easily be solved using JavaScript. But to do it in Power Automate, we have to create a web resource and register the script in CRM. However, with the new updates, we can achieve this requirement within the CRM process itself. Power Automate introduced the Filter Array action, using… Read More »