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donsthompson
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Custom, Dynamic, SharePoint Online page built with power automate

I am new to Power Automate.

I am off to a strong start with Power Bi

I have knocked around SharePoint for years and years.

 

My company has access to all three of these resources and I have been asked to see what we can do with them. My first thought was to build a custom and dynamic SharePoint page targeted at specific users. When the user logs into to this page it will contain all manner of important information derived from Power Bi perhaps, maybe emails from certain customers, other sources.

 

So it may look like this:

_____

Good Morning Mr. Rogers.

 

You have three emails marked urgent from children.

 

We have had two critical incidents in the puppet room.

 

Viewership has decline 10%

[some kind of chart here]

 

You have an urgent message from Mr. McFeely on Teams.

______

 

As you can see it is a bit reminiscent of Apples' Knowledge Navigator commercial:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HGYFEI6uLy0

 

But of course it won't take direction, just provide the information.

So before I dive in,

 

Is it within the capability of Power Automate to build a SharePoint page using information it has gathered from email, power bi, Teams messages, etc?

 

The page would be rebuilt every day or on some other periodic interval.

 

Thanks

 

 

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