Can The Power Automate Process Advisor Be Used as a Time Study Tool? Microsoft has given us many tools over the years with multiple applications. The Process Advisor, now available in commercial, GCC, GCC High, and DoD environments, is simple enough to understand and use but has many potential applications. What is the Process Advisor? The Process Advisor is a tool included within Power Automate. It is used to record mouse clicks and keyboard keystrokes during a process. After recording […]

In this article, I will show you: How to restrict users from accessing certain features in a canvas app, while other users can still see and use features. How to use SharePoint action in Power Automate to authenticate a user. Why Restrict Access? In any App, there’s always more than one type of user. For example, there will be customers, staff, administrators, and so on in an event management application. An administrator will have access to everything; meanwhile, staff will […]

Pluralsight Course Overview Robotic Process Automation (RPA) has been a top tech trend over the last few years, and we are seeing great interest in augmenting RPA with Artificial Intelligence (AI) to make automation more resilient. While Power Automate (previously called Flow) has been around for a while, RPA capabilities have been a recent addition, allowing you to automate all repetitive desktop processes. You can choose between prebuilt drag-and-drop actions or record your own desktop flows. In this course, Intelligent […]

If you didn’t catch the first two parts of this series, you can do that here and here.  In this part, we’ll get a little more technical and use Microsoft Flow to do some pretty cool things.  Remember when we talked about the size and quality of the images we take with our Power App and store as the entity image? When saved as the Entity Image for a CDS/D365 item, the image loses quality and is no longer good for an advertisement photo.  This is done automatically […]

If you didn’t catch the first part of this series, you can read that here.  In this part, things should get a little more interesting as we set up a Power App and our SharePoint site. Objectives Create SharePoint Online Team Site. Create a Power App for team members to collect data with. Embed this Power App into a SharePoint page so we can do more work in a single environment. Creating Our SharePoint Team Site Using our existing SharePoint […]

Part One: Identify, Define, Build, Migrate My dad passed away in 2015, leaving behind an extensive collection of fire trucks, patches, and other fire department (FD) memorabilia.  Before he passed, he gave us instructions to sell them and some direction on what to do with the money. After a few years of not really wanting to deal with it, my family decided to make a project out of it.  My mom, sister, wife, two daughters, and I are working our […]