Microsoft Power Automate Tutorial – Microsoft Kaizala Connector

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Hey, Flow Fans!

Join myself and Yash Agarwal as we show you how to utilize Kaizala with Microsoft Power Automate! And wow!! I had no idea how powerful Kaizala was, did you?!

To get started on flow head to http://flow.microsoft.com

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  • Yash are a truly committed guy! And Kaizala should be a premium app on Office 365, at same level of MS Flow, Power BI, Teams and PowerApps. I use this in my company projects! It is revolutionary. Hope that Microsoft improve it – in special the nasty Kaizala Portal that seems made by non-pros

  • Thank you so much Jon for publishing this and making a video with me. It was great talking to you and collaborating for this cool video 🙂

  • I would like to see a video in linking Planner to Projects to make a road map as planner is lacking this feature.

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