Today in the Power Baseball League we are building an On-Demand Flow!
Power Automate brings a tremendous amount of automation power to your finger tips (pardon the pun). But it’s true! It has the ability to interact with a growing list of applications (both inside and out of the Microsoft eco-system). So, the potential to create linkages between systems has never been greater.
In today’s post we look at building an on-demand flow to create a new registration for a youth in our baseball league. But this isn’t just any on-demand flow – we add in a layer of interaction with the user so they are giving the information to the flow while it executes. This is a really cool feature that opens the door to a number of use cases.
P.S. We mentioned that we struggled with the creating the lookups to other entities. For more information, check out this great Blog Post for all the details. Thanks EY for the assist!
What do you think?! Do you have ideas of how you might leverage this functionality in the real world? We’d love to hear it!
This is part of the Power Baseball League Series with Malcolm McAuley (follow him on LinkedIn, Twitter or his Blog). You can follow the series on the Power Baseball League Series Page and the Power Baseball League YouTube Playlist as they are added.
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