TGIF Episode 7: Using Power Automate (Microsoft Flow) Mobile App To Build A Flow – YouTube

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In this video, we will look at the ease of using ‘Power Automate’ Mobile App.

First half of the blog talks about the app structure and components/features available (Almost everything is available)

Second half of the blog includes a video where I am demonstrating the app and also create a Flow via Power Automate Mobile App.

Download the app from apple store https://apps.apple.com/au/app/power-automate/id1094928825

Download the app from google play store https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.flow&hl=en

First up, what’s available in the mobile app?

Activity
Feed
Approvals
Browse
Buttons
Flows
Account
Activity Section
Feed tab

You can check the sessions of your Flows here.
You can check any notifications you received here.
Approvals tab

You can check the approvals list here
Browse Section
Browse Templates by Services

Browse by services like Excel, OneDrive etc.
Browse Templates by Categories

Browse by categories like mobile, featured, collect data etc.
Button Section
All your on-demand flows triggering on a button click are here or can be created from here
Flows Section
All your flows will be visible here along with the last run status.
All your button flows or on-demand flows will be visible here as well
You can click on the flow to perform the following actions:
Enable/Disable flow
Edit/Modify flow
Check owners/Share flow
Run history of the flow
Save as
Delete the flow
Account Section
This is where all the settings for your Power Automate App/Account are available. Following actions can be performed here:
Select/Change Environment
Help and Support
Learn
Contact Support (Support.microsoft.com)
Suggest a Feature (Powerusers Power Automate idea page)
About
Version
License Terms
Third Party notices
Privacy
Privacy (privacy.microsoft.com)
Send usage data (yes/no)
Give feedback
How was your experience?
Contact Support
Visit community
Open support ticket
Video on using the app here:

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