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Power Automate Course - Intermediate

Learn to integrate and automate with Power Automate.

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Microsoft's traditional office systems sit alongside a new wave of computing power within reach of end-users, in a way that has never been available before.  Power Automate is a key application within Microsoft 365 which allows end users to connect applications and automate workflows and processes.

Learn how to work with data and JSON, arrays, expressions and advanced functions to build smart automated workflows. View our detailed course outline below. 

Power Automate Course - Intermediate

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Automate workflows with Power Automate and start tapping into the Power Platform with this Intermediate course.

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Power Automate Course Outlines

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  • Power Automate Intermediate
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  • Power Automate Advanced
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  • PL-900 Power Platform Certification
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What do I need to know to attend?

Recommended for those currently building flows in Power Automate:

  • Students should have attended Power Automate Beginner.
  • Students should be comfortable with creating basic flows in Power Automate.
  • Students should be familiar with the Microsoft Teams and SharePoint lists or have attended our Microsoft 365 courses. 

Power Automate Intermediate Learning Outcomes

On completion of this course you will know how to:

  • Handle errors and debug Power Automate flows
  • Create String expressions

 

  • Understand how to use JSON in a flow
  • Work with Arrays, Functions and Data and Time expressions

Power Automate Intermediate Course Content

  • Introduction
  • Course Objectives
  • How this manual is organised
  • What is Power Automate
  • Power Automate – Error Handling
  • Introduction to Error Handling
  • Error Handling in Power Automate
  • Error Types in Power Automate
  • Create an error free Flow in Power Automate
  • Cause the Flow to error
  • View successful actions & triggers
  • View failed actions & triggers
  • Power Automate – Error Handling cont'd
  • Error handling techniques
  • Configuring Run Conditions
  • Handle the error with a parallel branch
  • Add an action after the parallel branches
  • Handle the outcome of all branches
  • Use Terminate to successfully end a Flow
  • More complex but efficient alternative error handling
  • Power Automate – Debugging
  • Debugging in Power Automate
  • View the output of an action
  • Using Compose to see data
  • Variables for debugging
  • Using a variable to capture debug information
  • Variables versus Compose
  • View a complex output from an action
  • Debugging with Static Results
  • Causing an error with Static Results
  • Advice for Debugging and Error Handling
  • Power Automate – Data and JSON
  • Basic data Types in Power Automate
  • Object and Array data types
  • What is JSON
  • JSON examples
  • How to handle JSON
  • How a Flow is defined (JSON)
  • A string of JSON in a Flow
  • An Object of JSON in a Flow
  • Handling data in JSON format
  • Parse JSON data
  • Extended Topic – JSON Schemas
  • More complex JSON data
  • Accessing an array of JSON data
  • Power Automate – Expressions
  • What is the Workflow Definition Language
  • The Workflow Definition Language Schema
  • The functions reference for Workflow Definition Language
  • Writing Expressions in Power Automate
  • The expression pane
  • Power Automate – String Expressions
  • A Basic String function
  • Combining String functions together
  • Power Automate – Variables in expressions
  • Variable naming conventions
  • The variables() function
  • Referencing a variable in another function
  • Power Automate – Arrays & Collections
  • What is an array
  • What is a collection
  • Defining an array
  • Looping through an array
  • Filtering an array
  • The length of an array
  • Find if an element exists in an array
  • Accessing an array element by index
  • Power Automate – Data & Math Expressions
  • Arithmetic Functions
  • Conversion functions
  • Power Automate – Date/Time types and expressions
  • The Date and Time data type
  • Date and Time functions
  • Time Zone functions
  • Formatting Dates and Times
  • Power Automate – Advanced Functions
  • The workflow() function
  • Data from the trigger
  • The dot (.) operator
  • Data from an action
  • Operators to access data fields
  • Avoiding errors with NULL or missing fields
  • The ? operator
  • Have a default if value is null
  • Other function groups
  • Power Automate – Configuration
  • Introduction to limits
  • Trigger Conditions
  • Tracked Properties
  • Create a Tracked Property
  • Accessing Tracked Properties
  • A calculation from a Tracked Property
  • Extended Exercise – Using a calculated output for Tracked Property
  • Other Power Automate settings
  • Secure Inputs and Outputs
  • Concurrency Control
  • Timeouts and Retries
  • Other settings

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