Power Automate Fundamentals # 24: Usage of Float Function in Power Automate

Introduction: In Power Automate, at times we must work on fraction values, float function is used to achieve this. As an example in order to send discounts notifications to customers during festival season we make use of this fraction function to provide price of a product after discount. Step 1: Login to the required Power …

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Power Automate Fundamentals # 23: Usage of Bool Function in Power Automate

Introduction: In Power Automate, at times we need to take decision based on Boolean value, it could be string or Boolean value. As an example, Power outage variable  with true value is considered for demonstration and then Bool function is used for condition validation. Step 1: Login to the required Power Apps environment using URL …

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Power Automate Fundamentals # 22: Usage of Create Array Function in Power Automate

Introduction: In Power Automate, at times we need to merge 2 different strings into an Array we can use Create Array Function so that we can get easily desired result. As an example, let us see how to get an array of emails with 2 strings as well as process to merge two different arrays …

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Power Automate Fundamentals # 21: Usage of Min Function in Power Automate

Introduction: In Power Automate, at times we need to compare values Min Function is used so that we can get easily desired result. As an example, let us see how to get Minimum age of 2 persons as well as minimum value from a given array of integers with the help of Min function. Step …

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Back to Basics # 23: Create Application User in Dynamics CRM

Introduction: In Dynamics / Power Platform integrations plays an important role for extending Dynamics/Power platform to integrate with legacy systems or other applications. Post creation of an application in Azure Active directory, next application user must be created so that this user can be used to connect to Dynamics CRM from other applications. In this …

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Power Automate Fundamentals # 20: Usage of Max Function in Power Automate

Introduction: In Power Automate, at times we need to compare values Max Function is used so that we can get easily desired result. As an example, let us see how to get Maximum age of  2 persons as well as maximum value from a given array of integers with the help of Max function. Step …

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Power Automate Fundamentals # 19: Usage of Addition Function in Power Automate

Introduction: In Power Automate, at times we need to perform Addition arithmetic operations so that we can get easily desired result. As an example, let us see how to calculate total age of  2 persons with the help of Addition function. Step 1: Login to the required Power Apps environment using URL make.powerapps.com by providing …

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Power Automate Fundamentals # 18: Usage of Subtraction Function in Power Automate

Introduction: In Power Automate, at times we need to perform Subtraction arithmetic operations so that we can get easily desired result. As an example, let us see how to calculate warranty period that is available in years for Generator with the help of Subtraction function. Step 1: Login to the required Power Apps environment using …

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Power Automate Fundamentals # 17: Usage of Multiplication Function in Power Automate

Introduction: In Power Automate, at times we need to perform multiplication arithmetic operations so that we can get easily desired result. As an example, let us see how to calculate number of minutes in a Day with the help of multiplication function. Step 1: Login to the required Power Apps environment using URL make.powerapps.com by …

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Power Automate Fundamentals # 16: Usage of Div Function in Power Automate

Introduction: In Power Automate, at times we need to perform division arithmetic operations so that we can get easily desired result . As an example let us see how to calculate price of a candy for quick reference from a bundle cost with the use of div function. Step 1: Login to the required Power …

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