SharePoint: Migrating from Designer to Power Automate

SharePoint: Migrating from Designer to Power Automate

SharePoint: Migrating from Designer to Power Automate is an Intermediate level tutorial on Business, produced by the creator, April Dunnam. This tutorial is an essential base for a person who needs to sharpen his/her Business talent. It gives you a thorough grip on Business, Forms, Productivity, Power Automate, SharePoint, Business, Forms, Productivity, Power Automate and SharePoint.

Free Download - SharePoint: Migrating from Designer to Power Automate
Author April Dunnam
Publish Date 2/4/2020
Skill Intermediate
Duration 1h 5m
Topic Business
Video Tutorials 24
Last Update N/A

Explore how to use Power Automate, formerly Microsoft Flow, the cloud-based software for creating and automating workflows and tasks. As Power Automate becomes the default tool for creating business-based automation in SharePoint, learn about how to migrate SharePoint Designer workflows to accomplish the same tasks. Instructor April Dunnam walks through the features of Power Automate while pointing out notable differences from and improvements to SharePoint Designer features and methods including the recurrence trigger, calling an API using a flow, and project approval templates.

Topics include:

  • Why transition to Power Automate?
  • Preparing for migration
  • Licensing considerations
  • Connecting to Microsoft and non-Microsoft services
  • Working with templates
  • Creating a project approval workflow
  • Creating a recurring flow
  • SharePoint REST calls
  • Troubleshooting flows
  • Permissions and sharing

SharePoint: Migrating from Designer to Power Automate : Video Lessons

  • Why move from SharePoint Designer to Power Automate?31s
  • Introduction to Power Automate1m 46s
  • Power Automate licensing considerations2m 18s
  • Connectors2m 47s
  • Starting a workflow: Triggers3m 26s
  • Actions and conditions3m 49s
  • Steps, stages, and scopes2m 25s
  • Working with templates2m 17s
  • Setting reminders2m 45s
  • Requesting sign-off2m 11s
  • Notifications2m 58s
  • Power Automate approvals2m 48s
  • Approval options6m 4s
  • The approvals center2m 28s
  • The content approval template4m 23s
  • Recurring workflows3m 41s
  • Loops4m 6s
  • SharePoint REST calls3m 41s
  • Troubleshooting flows3m 17s
  • Error handling3m 9s
  • Permissions and sharing3m 43s
  • Next steps34s

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