I recently had the opportunity to work on a project where I needed to send an adaptive card to a Teams chat using Power Automate. After spending a few hours on building the adaptive card I was convinced that I had finished the job and that I just needed to use Power Automate to send … Continue reading [Power Automate – Teams] Trying to resolve the error “The payload is too large” when posting an adaptive card to MS Teams
Implementing triggers for Power Automate flows that are not supported by the Dataverse connector
The Dataverse connector allows us to trigger Power Automate Cloud flows based on events that occur on Dataverse. These events include the creation, deletion and modification of a record or the execution of an action or from a step in a business process flow. Generally speaking, these triggers serve a large variety of requirements and … Continue reading Implementing triggers for Power Automate flows that are not supported by the Dataverse connector
Let’s add terms and conditions to a Model Driven App using Custom Page
This blog will discuss a new component for Power Apps Model Driven Apps called Custom Page. In fact, this component joins the family of existing pages like Forms, Views and Dashboards. This new type of page is based on the Canvas Apps container and will surely add power, flexibility and a lot of possibilities to … Continue reading Let’s add terms and conditions to a Model Driven App using Custom Page
How to get the type of the regarding field of an activity using Power Automate Cloud Flow ?
The activities have a field named Regarding which is of type Multi-table lookups. This field supports several types like account, contact, lead (…). This post will discuss how to get the type of lookup used or in other words which table is used with Power Automate Cloud Flows. For the demo, I created a simple … Continue reading How to get the type of the regarding field of an activity using Power Automate Cloud Flow ?