See all the Power Automate updates at the Microsoft Business Applications Launch Event

Join us on October 1, 2020, from 9–11 AM Pacific Time (UTC -7), for this free digital event. You’ll discover how applied AI unifies and enriches your data. And find out how the updates coming in the next release of Microsoft business applications provide insights from every source of data to give holistic guidance, improve decision making, and enable your organization to automate repeatable outcomes at scale.

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Announcing Microsoft ‘RPA in a Day’ Version 2

At Ignite 2020, we announced the Public Preview of Power Automate Desktop, a rich Robotic Process Automation tool. To support customers and partners getting familiar with this new offering, we have created a version of the popular RPA in a Day content that uses Power Automate Desktop.

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Jumpstart your business with Power Automate’s new desktop RPA solution

This year at Microsoft Ignite, I’m happy to continue the conversation about how Microsoft Power Automate is enabling developers to further accelerate their organizations digital transformation with low-code Robotic Process Automation (RPA) accessible to all users. Today, we are announcing the continued expansion of our RPA technology in Power Automate with a new desktop-based solution, Microsoft Power Automate Desktop.

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Move flows across environments without resetting connections!

Introducing the Public Preview of connection references. Connection references enable users to maintain a level of abstraction between flows and the connections used by them. Connection references are particularly useful when moving flows across environments, updating flow definitions, automating deployment pipelines for secure, and healthy Application Lifecycle Management.

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Best practices for Production flows

The Power Automate team has many flows that we rely on internally for day-to-day operations, but they were scattered about with little central management or oversight. It took some changes from our own admins to encourage us to get our house in order. Read on to see what we learned in the process.

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