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Remote work isn't entirely new for the majority of us. Nowadays, we are trained to work remotely and get everything done the same way we did in our previous office environments. With Microsoft Office 365 and the amazing solutions the software provides, remote work is easier than ever before. Microsoft Office 365 has several features to keep you well-informed while working remotely.
Microsoft Teams is a brilliant communication and collaboration platform where you can manage all of your work in a single location. Let's discuss 5 Power Automate Templates that will keep you informed about various critical activities while working remotely. To watch Power Automate tutorial videos, click here.
Modern-day businesses use automation for various tasks and processes to get work done efficiently. Based on our experience with Microsoft Power Automate, we have learned that this brilliant tool provides a lot of perks within your workplace. “Microsoft Power Automate” is the new name for what was formerly Microsoft Flow. Along with saving time from repetitive tasks, Power Automate ensures that your organization gains efficiency by maintaining various business processes. Power Automate helps you set up flows that effortlessly process multiple tasks and processes. Let us explain the different types of automation available.
Well, this requirement came up for one of our Client that is a Marketing Agency based in Jacksonville, FL. They have a SharePoint list to save external URLs that is used by their team across the United States. Usually, when you convert the URLs from external sources, it comes with special characters like !@$#>% and couple of others. That’s when we found a way to convert such strings into a URL friendly string with the help of Microsoft Flow. Let’s see how this works: