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In this episode we will try to understand ‘Scope’ in flows. This is a comparatively short episode as I have used visuals to explain scope.
Scope is available in following categories:
Parent Child Business Unit
Custom (Yes, you can enter a custom value)
Dynamics 365 people, does it reminds you of something? Yes, you guessed it right. This is coming from scope of native D365 workflows. But in Power Automate scope is only available if you’re using Common Data Services (CDS) as a data connection.
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