How often are you and your employees annoyed by repetitive routine tasks that take up a lot of time? Can you really afford to neglect other, value-adding tasks as a result?
Routine tasks cost employees in most companies a lot of time every day, so that other, much more important tasks are neglected. Or in stressful situations, careless mistakes are made, resulting in even more work. In addition, it can quickly become frustrating for employees to be tied down by tedious work and pay less attention to the actual task at hand. Don’t let this happen.
Microsoft Power Automate (formerly Microsoft Flow) is a workflow tool from Microsoft that enables you to automate regular, recurring processes and thus routine tasks. You can easily turn everyday routine tasks into automated workflows, so that you and your employees have more time for more important things. Best of all, you don’t need programming skills.
Create workflows in just a few clicks and define which services should communicate with each other once. Alternatively, choose from thousands of predefined templates to start automating common business processes right away. As a result, you’ll receive notifications, for example, or files will be automatically synchronized or collected.
Workflows range from single tasks (e.g., notifications) to large-scale systems (e.g., complex approval processes). Any logic can be created in the user interface (workflows) that are to be executed automatically when certain events occur.
Start with a blank app and add individual actions one by one. Choose from specific categories such as automated flows, button flows and scheduled flows.
If you are looking for a specific application, you can also search directly for a connector. The templates available for the connector are then displayed.
There is a collection of templates for Power Automate in the areas of sales, mobile applications, productivity, software development, personnel administration, marketing and school.
Power Automate can be used for a wide variety of scenarios. We have put together some use cases for you:
Microsoft Power Automate Use Case
Create event-driven flows, which are workflows that automatically execute one or more tasks after they are triggered by an event.
Create a flow that performs one or more tasks (such as sending a report by e-mail) at a specific time, such as once a day, on a date you specify, or after a number of days you specify.
Business process flows are instructions for specific recurring tasks. Use business process flows to define a series of steps that users perform to achieve a desired result. For example, you can create a business process flow so that customer service requests are processed in the same way by all employees or so that an invoice must be approved before an order is submitted.
Create button flows so you can easily perform recurring tasks anytime, anywhere using your mobile device. Button-flow execution saves you time and reduces errors compared to manual execution because button-flow tasks are automated.
An example would be a button that sends an e-mail reminder to a specific group of people.
By using Power Automate’s Robotic Process Automation (RPA), you can free your team partially (attended RPA) or completely (unattended RPA) from every day, labor-intensive and repetitive tasks. This is possible via a web interface in the cloud or a desktop interface.
Create automated workflows. Software bots are trained to perform the labor-intensive, repetitive, manual tasks.
Automate labor-intensive and repetitive tasks such as front office operations.
People only need to trigger tasks or respond to specific prompts (e.g. answer yes/no to a question).
Let the bots do the labor-intensive and less profitable tasks by recording and replaying the actions without requiring any computer intervention.
The processes are fully automated (end-to-end automation), so you can schedule and trigger events in large numbers.
The creation of workflows requires no programming or programming knowledge.
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Mapping of multi-stage processes
With FlowDesigner from Power Automate, you can combine multiple tasks into an event-driven workflow.
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