Tip #1215: Automatically manage folder tracking

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Public service announcement: we are back from the Merry Year hiatus and straight to tipping. Tracking folders is a cool feature where you can configure an Exchange folder to be a tracked folder and optionally link it to a Dynamics 365 record so that any email landing in that folder will be automatically tracked and […]

Tip #1213: When you pushed that button simplified

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In tip #1213 we walked you through a long winded way finding out where and when the Flow button was pushed. It involved using lattitude and longitude of the user’s location and calling Bing Maps API. As it turns out, if you are only after the local time, there is a much simpler method. When […]

Tip #1205: Local time in Flow using Common Data Service

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Remember the times when you wake up and struggle to figure out where you are or what time it is? Of course, you don’t. I personally can’t recall those because lack of space and time awareness goes hand in hand with the selective amnesia. We did create a flow to help you on those occasions. […]

Tip #1201: Working with integer variables in Microsoft Flow

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In tip 1199, Leon Tribe talked about the power of using variables in Microsoft Flow. Leon astutely pointed out that using variables can simplify process development by allowing reuse of values between steps in Flow, and they can also be used for calculation purposes and building strings. One challenge with working with integer type variables […]

Tip #1172: Make your CDS environments visible with a touch of Flow

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As the Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement platform converges with PowerApps and CDS, one of the benefits is that also the concepts of Dynamics 365 instances and PowerApps environments will become one. What this means is that all of your existing Dynamics 365 instances will show up in the PowerApps maker and admin portals as an […]

Tip #1162: Microsoft Flow Functions Reference

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If you are looking for an ultimate reference for the expressions that you can use in Microsoft Flow, it helps to remember that Flow is based on Azure Logic Apps. The functions reference is the same for both, and can be found here. The original question was what functions are available in canvas PowerApps but […]