4 days.


No prior experience is presumed.

    Skills Gained

    • Understand Power Platform and Power Apps
    • Define Power Automate and its capabilities
    • Identify and describe the different components of a Power Automate flow
    • Create automated flows using templates and from scratch
    • Edit and manage Power Automate flows
    • Use Power Automate to automate tasks in M365 apps
    • Create complex approval flows from scratch
    • Use triggers, actions, dynamic content, conditions, and loops to build robust flows
    • Troubleshoot and test flows to ensure they are working correctly
    • Work with files in Power Automate, including copying, moving, converting, and manipulating files
    • Use Power Automate variables and expressions to build dynamic and reusable flows
    • Work in Power Apps Studio
    • Create and edit canvas apps
    • Create an app using SharePoint
    • Use Power Automate flows
    • Create and customize Power App components
    • Work with Power App galleries and containers
    • Use Power App Record actions
    • Create and use Power App variables
    • Use Power Automate within Power Apps

    Outline for Power Platform Training: Power Apps and Power Automate Training

    Course Outline

    • Introduction to Power Apps and Power Automate
    • Introduction to Power Automate
    • Create Automated Flows from a Template
    • Create an Approval Flow
    • Create an Automated Flow using MS Forms and Excel
    • Create a Scheduled Flow from Blank
    • Creating Other Flows
    • Using Automation in M365 Apps
    • Automating the Approval Process Beyond the Basics
    • Building a Flow from Scratch
    • All About Flow Triggers
    • Working with Files
    • Using Variables and Expressions
    • Newest Updates to Power Automate Integration
    • Introduction to Power Apps
    • Create a Canvas App Using Templates
    • Editing a Canvas App
    • Creating an App from a SharePoint List
    • Customizing an App
    • Using Power Automate within Power Apps
    • Working with Components
    • Working with Galleries
    • Working with Containers
    • Working with Record Actions
    • Creating and Using Variables
    • Using Power Automate within Power Apps
    • Using Model-Driven Apps
    • Conclusion