Automatically Send Responses to a SharePoint List Using Power Automate

Posted by Dan St. Hilaire  /  May 25, 2022  /  Microsoft Office 365, Microsoft Flow / Power Automate   —   1 Comments ↓

I geek out on the possibilities with Power Platform. In November 2018, I wrote a post, Connect a Form to a SharePoint List with Microsoft Flow in 3 Steps. We still get a lot of traffic to that post, and I knew it was time to write an update. I mean, Microsoft Flow is called Power Automate now.

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Tags: Microsoft Office 365, Microsoft Flow / Power Automate

Connect a Form to a SharePoint List with Microsoft Flow in 3 Steps

Posted by Dan St. Hilaire  /  November 30, 2018  /  Microsoft Office 365, Productivity, Microsoft Flow / Power Automate   —   28 Comments ↓

*Update (5/25/22)*: We have recently written an updated post on this topic. You can find that new blog post here: Automatically Send Responses to a SharePoint List Using Power Automate.

When enabled by an organization that has deployed Office 365, Microsoft Flow provides end-users with the ability to create automated workflows between applications and many different services using connectors. Microsoft applications and an ever-growing list of third-party services are available to link together. Microsoft Flow lets employees create simple to more complex workflows that can provide efficiencies for businesses around their workflow needs. It's an end-user option, that in most cases does not require a developer for workflows.

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Tags: Microsoft Office 365, Productivity, Microsoft Flow / Power Automate