Send Adaptive Cards and get responses in Microsoft Teams with Power Automate

Context With Adaptive Cards, you can easily share and display information without to be a designer and manipulate complex styles. Formatted in JSON, Adaptive Cards support multiple hosts like Microsoft Teams, Outlook, Bot Framework, Viva Connections Dashboard and more. In this article, I'll show you an easy way to create, send and get responses from … Continue reading Send Adaptive Cards and get responses in Microsoft Teams with Power Automate

Add code in a Power Platform custom connector (public preview)

Context This is a great Microsoft announcement for ProDev working with the Power Platform from the beginning like me (oh yes), you can now write code in a Power Platform custom connector! This brand new feature is actually in public preview but you can already try it if you have created a Preview (United States) … Continue reading Add code in a Power Platform custom connector (public preview)

Export Power Apps and Power Automate user licenses

Context During a Power Platform audit for a customer, I was looking for exporting all user licenses data into a single file to analyze it with Power BI. In this article, I'll show you the easy way to export Power Apps and Power Automate user licenses with PowerShell! Download the user licenses To do this, … Continue reading Export Power Apps and Power Automate user licenses

Power Automate performance profiles

Context Recently, Microsoft introduced performance profiles for Power Automate flows. Depending on flow's owner plan, execution will be assigned to a profile as below: Performance profilePlansLow- Free- Microsoft 365 plans- Power Apps Plan 1, Per App plans- Power Automate Plan 1- All license trialsMediumLow1- Power Apps Plan 2, Power Apps per user plan- Power Automate … Continue reading Power Automate performance profiles