IOT isn’t just a buzzword, applied to the right problems. Combined with Microsoft Teams and the Power Platform, an IOT deployment can use information from the real-world to automate business processes and take the human factor out of tasks that are costly when people forget about them. In our guide and video series, find out what IOT devices can be deployed with Azure and Microsoft 365 easily, and how to leverage the information they provide with the Power Platform with real-world business process automation examples.
Microsoft MVP Christina Wheeler demonstrates how to automate tasks with Power Automate and trigger events using Teams data. The new Teams connector (currently in preview) enables you to use in Logic Apps, Power Automate, and Power Apps.
Follow Luise Freese’s step-by-step guide as she takes a deep dive into tracking Microsoft 365 service subscriptions and shows how to build powerful lists in Microsoft Lists, extending what’s available in SharePoint Online with Power Automate. She covers specific features, such as adding a new service for each subscription plan bought; specifying the billing term, pricing, and expiration date; automatically counting down the days until renewal; reviewing billing history and total amount paid; as well as sending renewal reminders in mobile notifications.
The new Teams Approvals app delivers simple workflow capabilities built on top of Power Automate and Dataverse. The simplicity is attractive and makes the app very easy to use, but maybe it’s a little too simple to handle the kind of workflow scenarios proposed by Microsoft. It will certainly be interesting to see how tenants use the Approvals app in their deployments.
In this article, Daler demonstrates how to build a simple application that solves some of the SharePoint management tasks utilizing Power Automate and Power Apps.