562 attributed reviews in the last 3 years
Refreshingly small course sizes
Outstandingly good courseware
Whizzy online classrooms
Wise Owls only (no freelancers)
Almost no cancellations
We have genuine integrity
We invoice after training
Review 30+ years of Wise Owl
View our top 100 clients
5 best and 5 worst things about Power Automate Desktop
Part one of a four-part series of blogs
To help understand what software can do, it can be useful to look at its strengths and weaknesses - which is what this blog aims to do for Power Automate Desktop!
Power Automate Desktop (PAD) is an example of robotic process automation software - in other words, it's as if a robot were sitting at your desk instead of you clicking on buttons and pressing keys.
As you'll see from this blog, your job is still safe for now: just because a robot can use your mouse and keyboard doesn't mean it will do so in an intelligent way!
Here's an example of a typical subflow (part of a program) in Power Automate Desktop:
A subflow to send a message in Outlook if a condition is met.
If you're wondering whether Power Automate Desktop is for you, I thought I'd compile a (very personal) list of the 5 things I like most about it, and the 5 things I find most annoying (and end with some conclusions).
Let's start with the best things ...
|Parts of this blog|
Some other pages relevant to the above blogs include:
25 Aytoun Street