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ScottJM
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Adaptive Cards in Flow Ideas/Inspiration

Hello All,

 

Just wanted to know how people are integrating Adaptive cards into Flow and what uses they serve. I want to start using them more but don't know where to start or what to use them on they just seem rather interesting. The Samples on the Microsoft site jost grab images and post typed out data, i wanted to know if it's possible to grab data from other places in a flow and display them. Such as if an Excel is added to OneDrive grab some data plot a graph and display it. Don't know how much of this is possible and just wanted to know whats out there.

 

Thanks in advance.

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Re: Adaptive Cards in Flow Ideas/Inspiration

@ScottJM 

Adaptive cards are great fun and a super way to engage users.  I feel they go well with chatbots and wrote an article about tying in AtBot, Luis (natural language), Adaptive Cards, and an HTTP GET (I used Yelp in my example, but you could use anything, really)...all without knowing how to code.

You can totally present data from other steps in your cards, and there are loads of options for you.

 

You've got the right idea by looking at examples.  Get in there and make something and that will inspire other things. 🙂

 

Keep us posted!

-Ed-

 

 

 

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Re: Adaptive Cards in Flow Ideas/Inspiration

@ScottJM 

Adaptive cards are great fun and a super way to engage users.  I feel they go well with chatbots and wrote an article about tying in AtBot, Luis (natural language), Adaptive Cards, and an HTTP GET (I used Yelp in my example, but you could use anything, really)...all without knowing how to code.

You can totally present data from other steps in your cards, and there are loads of options for you.

 

You've got the right idea by looking at examples.  Get in there and make something and that will inspire other things. 🙂

 

Keep us posted!

-Ed-

 

 

 

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Re: Adaptive Cards in Flow Ideas/Inspiration

Hi @ScottJM, an old-ish thread but I've just started using adaptive cards to post a news item to Teams. I've put a a button on our SharePoint Site Pages library and when we publish a news item to the site we then click the button and Power Automate kicks in and posts a nicely-formatted adaptive card in the Teams channel. It means we can make sure that we can post news to staff via multiple channels but that we never duplicate work/content. I just wish I could do it to Yammer as well.

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