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The 5 best things about Power Automate
Part three of a six-part series of blogs
A separate blog lists the 5 worst things about Power Automate; this more positive blog lists its 5 best features!
Here's a trigger:
When someone clicks on the button, an event happens which triggers a program to do something (in this case, probably add the person to the dating agency's membership list).
In Power Automate, it's astonishing that triggers can be almost anything:
A small sample of the sort of triggers you can create.
Let's take just a few examples to illustrate this. Here are the triggers that Teams supports:
So you can (for example) write a flow which will send you an email whenever a new message is added to a chat, or which will add a task to your online planner whenever a member is added to a team.
Here are the OneDrive triggers:
Want to know when someone's changed your file? Write a flow to react to the appropriate trigger.
Here are the SharePoint triggers:
You could, for example, add a task to an Excel worksheet whenever someone adds an item to a SharePoint list.
One more example - here are the Outlook triggers:
So you could write a set of rules to manage incoming email, for example.
One can only imagine the complexity of how this all links together across Microsoft's server farms, without compromising security.
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