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The 5 best things about Power Automate
Part five 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!
I'm not 100% a fan of the Power Automate user interface, as my companion blog will probably show, but it does have the merit of being consistent. For example, here's how you can detect whether someone has mentioned one or more given keywords in a Teams chat channel:
Halfway through creating a flow to monitor a Teams channel for keywords.
And here, by contrast, is the start of a flow to highlight when a new item is added to a to-do list in SharePoint:
The flow is reacting to a completely different trigger, but the steps are analogous.
Microsoft have done a great job in getting a host of disparate applications to be treated in the same way within Power Automate.
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