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In Episode 4 of my Power Automate Basics Series, I am focusing on Approvals. Approvals are some of the most used actions within Power Automate because they allow users to take more control over a process and develop a broader scheme for the workflow. This will help stay more in-tuned with everyday business decisions. Follow along with me as I describe the types of approvals and how to implement an approval process within a simple cloud flow. You will also notice that I use a condition control in tandem with the approval action, something that is widely used throughout most flows.
Stay on the lookout for Episode 5 where I discuss loops and how loops work within specific actions in Power Automate flows.
If you enjoy my series and are interested in formal training on Power BI, Power Apps, Azure, or other Microsoft products you can use my code “Jonathon30” at check out when purchasing our On-Demand Learning classes to get an extra 30% off - https://pragmaticworks.com/pricing/
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Jonathon Silva is a Trainer for Pragmatic Works, specializing in the Power Platform. He graduated from James Madison University in 2011, has a master’s degree in Education, and comes with 9 years of teaching experience in high school economics and history. Jonathon has consistently been recognized as a top educator in the field of history and leader in curriculum development. His primary focus is helping our customers learn the ins and outs of Power Apps and Power BI.
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