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Power Automate Training Philippines

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 Training Philippines

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Learn to automate workflows with Power Automate and start tapping into the Power Platform. Join remotely from the Philippines.

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15310 12750 PHP
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9am - 4pm ( approx )
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Level 40, PBCom Tower, 6795 Ayala Avenue Corner V.A.,, Rufino Street, Makati City,, Makati, 1226, Philippines
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What do I need to know to attend?

The course will build on the base knowledge learned in our Office 365 Beginner and Intermediate courses. You should have completed these courses or have basic familiarity with Power Automate.

Power Automate Philippines 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

 

  • Configure SharePoint Approval Flows
  • Create and Use Adaptive Cards in Teams
  • Tap into the Power Platform 
  • Explore the basics of Cognitive Services and AI in Office 365

Power Automate Philippines Course Content

  • Introduction
  • Course Objectives
  • How this manual is organised
  • What is Office 365?
  • Office 365 Subscriptions
  • 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
  • SharePoint Automation
  • Power Automate and SharePoint
  • SharePoint Triggers
  • SharePoint Actions
  • SharePoint caution with actions and triggers
  • Perform an action on an item using Power Automate
  • Share a SharePoint Flow
  • Select file and initiate the Flow
  • Use SharePoint metadata to advise user
  • Expand the SharePoint Flow functionality
  • SharePoint Automation cont'd
  • Content Approval in SharePoint
  • SharePoint Approval Process
  • SharePoint Workflows
  • Using Power Automate to manage SharePoint Approvals
  • Create a Flow to Approve SharePoint files
  • Add an approval action to the SharePoint Flow
  • The approval response handling
  • Testing the approval Flow
  • Advanced SharePoint Actions via API
  • The magic behind Power Automate
  • About Application Programming Interfaces
  • API Methods
  • Other API considerations
  • The SharePoint API action
  • The SharePoint API via a web browser
  • Finding the site Title from the API
  • Advanced SharePoint Actions via API cont'd
  • Filter only needed data using ODATA format
  • Accessing the property only
  • Use the Title in our approval Flow
  • More ODATA query examples
  • ODATA filters
  • Format of a response
  • References for the SharePoint API
  • Teams – Adaptive Cards
  • Types of Teams Apps
  • What are Adaptive Cards
  • Uses for Adaptive Cards in Teams
  • Structure of an Adaptive Card
  • Templates in Adaptive Cards
  • A basic Adaptive Card sample
  • Modify the sample Adaptive Card JSON
  • Populate an Adaptive Card with data from the Flow
  • Adaptive Card Schema
  • Text Formatting a Card
  • Adaptive Card Designer
  • Create an Adaptive Card in designer
  • Teams – Adaptive Cards cont'd
  • Test run the new card with Power Automate
  • Add dynamic fields to the custom card
  • Modify the card in designer with fields intact
  • Adding inputs to the trigger
  • Extended Topic – Actions on an Adaptive card
  • Action buttons on cards
  • Action on elements
  • Adding actions to a card
  • Other types of card elements
  • At mentions in cards (alternative)
  • Power Platform in SharePoint
  • Why is the Power Platform so useful
  • What are Power Apps
  • Power Apps and Data (SharePoint)
  • Create a SharePoint list
  • Manage the list with a 3-screen Power App
  • Trying to break the Power App
  • Modify the SharePoint column
  • Add an option to the column
  • Modifying the Power App
  • Saving, Sharing and Publishing the Power App
  • Housekeeping to clean-up our environment
  • Cognitive Services
  • Traditional Computing
  • What is Artificial Intelligence
  • What is Machine Learning
  • Uses for Artificial Intelligence
  • Microsoft Cognitive Services
  • What is Azure
  • Text Analysis
  • Image Analysis
  • Cognitive Services cont'd
  • Computer Vision
  • Facial Recognition
  • Face Verification
  • Face Detection
  • Emotion Recognition
  • Artificial Intelligence in Office 365
  • Artificial Intelligence in the Power Platform
  • AI Builder in Power Platform
  • Where to from here

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Jason is a good instructor. Knows his stuff and goes in depth. I would suggest changing the course content to mention that this course is mostly around coding as it might help the user prepare a bit better... would have helped me :) Also, as I have done all 3 office 365 courses, one thing I have felt was that it could be worth starting the course or even before starting the course, asking the user to give 1 scenario that they face. This would be helpful as a practical application in each class to make it more personal for the user. The instructors did do this to a degree but i think if you specifically got a scenario, it would be even better. Over all i'm happy, there's so flippen much to learn. thanks :) -Office365 Advanced Canberra
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The trainer was very patient and I really let a lot from today's session. It just tied up all my previous information I had learnt into a more formal approach. -Power BI Beginner Melbourne
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I had a lot of trouble logging in remotely and missed quiet a bit of the beginning of the course, John was very patient and walked me through in his lunch time - very much appreciated. -Power BI Beginner Melbourne
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