Create item in Sharepoint list

In this exercise, we will learn how to create an item in a SharePoint list using Power Automate.

Trigger Power Automate when an item is modified in the sharepoint list with Trigger expressions

We will use Trigger Condition in the flows, which specifies the conditions when the power automate triggers. Trigger Conditions are differ from the condition control.

Add a Condition control in the Power Automate Flow

In this exercise, we will use a condition control to specify that a cloud flow performs one or more tasks only if a condition is true or false.

Trigger Power Automate Flow when an Item is created in the Sharepoint List

In this exercise, we trigger the power automate flow when an item is created in the sharepoint list.

Create rows in Dataverse table using the excel data

In this exercise, we will learn how we can create rows in a dataverse table by using the excel as the data source. We already created a table in dataverse with some columns.

Cancel or resubmit flow runs in bulk

In this exercise, we will learn how we can resubmit previous runs of a flow in bulk. We can also cancel runs that are in Running means they are InProgress.

Create rows in Sharepoint list using the excel data

In this exercise, we will learn how we can create rows in a sharepoint list by using the excel as the data source. We already created a sharepoint list with some columns.

Concurrency Control and Degree of Parallelism

In this exercise, we will learn how we can limit number of concurrent runs of the flow, or leave it off to run as many as possible at the same time. Concurrency control changes the way new runs are queued.

Share Power Automate flows

In this exercise, we will learn how we can share the power automate flow with the other users also.

Create a rule to automate a list or library

In this exercise, we will learn after we create a list or library in Sharepoint, we can create rules to automate tasks such as sending someone a notification when data changes in the list or a new file is created in the library.

Send an email with Attachment from Sharepoint Library

In this exercise, we will learn how to send an email with an attachment which is fetched from the Sharepoint Library.

SharePoint – For a selected file Trigger

In this exercise, we will learn how we can trigger flows for files directly in SharePoint library. We can use the “For a selected file” trigger for sharepoint to do this.

Sharepoint-For a selected item Trigger

In this exercise, we will learn how we can trigger flows for individual items of the sharepoint list directly inside the sharepoint list. We can use the “For a selected item” trigger for sharepoint.

Comments and Notes in Power Automate

In this exercise, we will learn how we can use the comments and notes in Power Automate.

Pagination in Power Automate

In this exercise, we will learn about the pagination and threshold limits in Power Automate. These are important concepts when working with connectors, especially when dealing with large datasets.

Create an Approval with SharePoint list

In this exercise, we will learn how we can create an approval flow in the power automate.