https://youtu.be/mCXSXRa760Q Unboxing the MVP Award #MVPBuzz #PowerAddicts #Unboxing Thank you all of you for your support in my journey. Looking forward to sharing more and helping all of you in you Power Platform journey.
https://youtu.be/Kjb-Hnt_GpY How to create an app to Scan Receipts In this video, you will learn how to create an app in Power Apps to scan receipts using the Azure Cognitive Services Form Recognizer API. Some helpful resources - Form Recognizer API Docs - https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/cognitive-services/form-recognizer/ Form Recognizer API Reference - https://westus2.dev.cognitive.microsoft.com/docs/services/form-recognizer-api-v2-preview/operations/AnalyzeReceiptAsync If you like the video, please subscribe to the channel to get a new video every week. You can also follow me on Twitter - https://twitter.
https://youtu.be/KC_tQR5_eLM Microsoft Teams Quick Tutorials In this video, you will learn how to change your background in Microsoft Teams. If you like the video, please subscribe to the channel to get a new video every week. You can also follow me on Twitter - https://twitter.com/That_API_guy
https://youtu.be/jEKFR9abeII Microsoft Teams Quick Tutorials How to create a Teams meeting using Outlook In this video, you will learn how to schedule a Teams meeting using Outlook desktop client. If your company is migrating from Skype for Business to Teams, this might be really helpful for you. If you like the video, please subscribe to the channel to get a new video every week. You can also follow me on Twitter - https://twitter.
If you want to find all the distinct records in your data-source like a SharePoint list, there is no “Distinct records” action or distinct expression that you can use in Power Automate (earlier called Microsoft Flow) . There is a simple way to do it using the union expression . This expression returns all the common items in two arrays. So, if we you use the union expression for an array on itself , it will return basically all the items, but the items that are there multiple times will be returned only once.
If you are an Office 365 admin who wants to streamline requests to create teams in Microsoft Teams, this blog post was written exactly for you. Those who aren’t admins, share this blog post with your Office 365 admin and push them to implement this. It’s a win for all! Solution Overview Step 1 - Download the .zip package from my GitHub repo. Step 2- Install the flows and the Power AppImport the following package in Power Automate / Power Apps in the following order -
https://youtu.be/ACD-E_1ihds Managing Events Using Power Platform
OAuth 1.0 Connection in Power Automate | Post Tweets with user mentions and send DMs using Twitter API
In this post, you will learn how to connect to an API with OAuth 1.0 authentication in Power Automate. Using this connection, we will connect to Twitter API to post tweets with @mentions and also send DMs with quick actions. The Twitter connector available in Power Automate doesn’t allow user mentions and also doesn’t have an action to send DMs. Currently, it’s not possible to implement OAuth 1.0 directly in Power Automate as the HTTP action doesn’t have this type available in the list of authentication types.
Happy new year!!! Do you like new year resolutions? Do you like setting personal goals every year? It’s the new year and the whole world is talking about taking new year’s resolutions. This year, the added layer of a new decade has made it even more exciting for some people. However, there are some people who don’t like to do it just for the sake of it, and then there is always this other group of people who just ask - “So how many days did your resolution last?
Difficulty Level : Intermediate License Requirement : Community Plan or Power Apps / Power Automate per app or per user plan If you are not interested in the inception of this, skip the very interesting story and just jump to Let’s Create. This whole idea started when I was on a road-trip from Cincinnati to Orlando with my #FlowFam ( Jon Levesque, Anton Robbins and Ed Gonzalez). We had more than 12 hours to spend and to make the most out of it we could only do one thing - Make a flow!