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Power Automate

Power Automate is a powerful cloud-based service provided by Microsoft that enables you to automate and streamline processes across various applications and services. With Power Automate, you can create workflows to automate repetitive tasks, saving time and increasing productivity.

For more general information about Power Automate, please see our Power Automate page.

LinkedIn Learning

LinkedIn Learning is an online learning platform owned by LinkedIn that is used to help staff learn business, software, technology and creative skills through guided videos and tutorials.

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Microsoft Power Automate Essential Training

If you are looking to streamline repetitive tasks and processes, you can use Microsoft Power Automate to automate actions across email, Microsoft Office, Google Drive, and a variety of other productivity and social media platforms.

In this course, Bill Kulterman teaches you what you need to know to start using Power Automate and implement either existing or new processes. He shows you a variety of flows you can create to work smarter, including automatically adding and removing files from SharePoint based on emails sent, converting Word docs to PDFs, tracking working hours using the Power Automate mobile app, and more. After this course, you’ll be ready to start automating business processes in your own workflow.

Microsoft Power Automate: Beyond the Basics

Learn how to automate recurring business tasks with Microsoft Flow. Flow is a no-code tool designed for business users who want to save time, program manual processes, and build intelligent solutions to their organization’s business challenges. In this intermediate-level course, Gini von Courter goes deeper into using Flow to help streamline routine tasks. Discover how to create multiple flow types, schedule flows, trigger flows, and create portable flows that can be deployed to others in your organization. Gini also walks through an example in Microsoft Teams, so you can see the complete workflow for creating, testing, and deploying flows.

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