Hey Flow Fans! Back again this week with another issue of Microsoft Flow Community Corner! This week I'm strictly highlighting an amazing resource that I think ALL Power Platform Enthusiasts should become a part of if you aren't already! I am talking about Power Platform User Group meetings! The potential benefits to your Flow/Power Platform skill set are tremendous, not to mention the awesome in-person connections that you are bound to make along the way. These groups are truly put together by dedicated users who want to be part of a real-life community! Enjoy!
This post shows how to use the Muhimbi REST API and the Microsoft Flow HTTP action which will help you Merge all documents within a SharePoint Online document library to a single PDF. If the document is not already in PDF Format it will convert the file as part of the merging process.
Nowadays people rely on mobile devices and alerts to track the work they need to do. In this example, we are leveraging the use of MS Flow to send reports directly in a format that people use the more: emails. We are using Azure Boards as our source of information for the email. Although users can go to Azure Boards and look at different dashboards, we are bringing the information to them daily using an email.
Have you ever looked for the functionality to add attachments to your Planner tasks when triggered by an Outlook email. This "How To" blog builds a Flow that creates Planner tasks, it then captures the email body and saves it to the task description, assigns those in the "to" field to the task and then saves the files attached within the email to the task.