Tip #1384: Inline Code in Power Automate

I finally found some courage to publish a video tip of my own. Why now? Because the topic is just too good to simply write it down. You have to see it! What is it? It’s JavaScript code inside Power Automate – yes, we can!

Watch this video to learn how to build the simplest possible Azure Function that will bring inline code execution to your flows! The possibilities are endless – regular expressions, recursive functions, math operations, and much more.

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Would like to dive in deeper, learn about intricate details, and watch a walkthrough how to build the function and the connector? Continue your education at https://365.training/courses/detail/inlinefree.

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