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This video will explain how the locale variable can be used in Forms Pro to determine which email template to use, and which language to display on the survey for a respondent using Power Automate.
More information on tools used in this video:
✔ Microsoft Forms Pro: https://formspro.microsoft.com
✔ Microsoft Power Automate: https://flow.microsoft.com
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Welcome back to another season of #MotivationMonday!
This week we talk about how a positive mindset and believing in yourself is a key ingredient to success! The story we tell about ourselves is so so important not only to the world, but also to the way we operate.
Leave me a comment below with what you think of the new deeper format so far.
“In early March as news of COVID-19 cases spread globally, Microsoft pulled together a team to help customers coordinate their own information sharing and team collaboration in response to evolving conditions in times of crisis.
Today, less than 48 hours later, we’re releasing the first version of that solution for any customer organization to quickly implement.”
The original PowerApps blog post is here at aka.ms/crisiscommsapp
This video includes
Creating an Office 365 Tenant (2:55)
Downloading the solution (10:08)
Creating a Sharepoint site (12:12)
Importing and running the Power Automate Flow (14:13)
Importing and configuring the User Power App (14:25)
Creating a Team (40:12)
Creating a Team and Configuring
Creating an Azure AD group (48:39)
Adding the App to the Team (51:30)
Creating the Teams notification Power Automate Flow (52:56)
Creating the Admin App (59:06)
Configuring the Admin App (1:07:10)
Using the Admin App (1:12:07)
Using the User App (1:20:41)
Installing the Power Automate Communications Flow (1:24:43)
Sharing the Crisis Communication App (1:35:42)
Using the User App for status reporting (1:37:08)
Installing the Power BI Monitoring Report (1:37:27)
Publishing the Power BI report (1:49:10)
Setting the Power BI Refresh schedule (1:52:51)
Pinnning the App to Teams (1:53:54)
Concluding Remarks (1:57:05)
In this WTF episode I share how to replicate sending an email using an email template that’s defined in CDS and Dynamics 365. This is functionality we are used to today with classic workflows and I wanted to show how you can achieve this with Power Automate. Credit goes to AK.
There is a constraint with this method, stay tuned for the next WTF episode where I’ll show you how to get past this constraint.
Other people mentioned in this WTF episode are
– Follow her on Twitter – https://twitter.com/lagerquistsara
– Blog post I mentioned during the how-to part of the episode – https://saralagerquist.com/2019/12/15/cds-vs-cds-what-connector-should-i-use-in-power-automate/
Aung Khaing (also known as AK)
– Follow him on Twitter – https://twitter.com/aungkhaing
Don’t forget to give me a thumbs up if you enjoyed this WTF episode.
Read my full blog post at http://benitezhere.blogspot.com/2020/03/how-to-send-email-using-email-template-with-power-automate.html
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This video shows a Full UFO Sightings Management Solution build in 45 Minutes leveraging multiple elements of the Microsoft Power Platform. The goal of the video is to show how fast an organisation can get value from this amazing platform at an insanely rapid pace. I didnt want to use a boring data set, so thought this was a bit more fun. There will be an AI Builder demo to follow this.
If you would like the materials, go to AKA.MS/HackAtSpeed