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Comeon
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Fun Desktop flow

I've never used Power Automate Desktop. What's a good flow to setup? trying to get the imagination moving here lol. 

 

Thanks! 

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miketran13
Solution Specialist
Solution Specialist

Hi,

 

It is a tough question and it mainly depends on your businesses. You have to have a first step that is Process Mining to understand your business processes and define where you want to start for your first process.

 

You can refer to these links to have more ideas to start.

 

Automating automation with RPA and process mining—available for Power Automate 

 

Process advisor 

 

Thanks and hope it can help you. 

Mike

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joshd111
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Resolver I

@Comeon If you are familiar with Excel: try opening existing Excel document(s), reading the data from specific rows/cols, create a new Excel and consolidate the data into it.

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