In this post, we will send inputs from Power Automate Cloud to Power Automate Desktop (PAD). Here we trigger the PAD flow from the cloud by passing the inputs.
In this part, we will create the initial flow in Power Automate and also set up the Sandbox environment in Twilio for WhatsApp.
This is the error message shown when connecting the Power Automate cloud to the Power Automate Desktop (PAD) using the Gateway while creating a new connection.
In this post, we will share the Desktop flow created using Power Automate Desktop (PAD) with the person from my organization.
In this post, we will schedule the flows created using Power Automate Desktop (PAD). Let's say, we need to schedule it daily at the specified time.
In this part, we will be implementing the Email Authentication by verifying the user's email using an OTP in Microsoft Bot Framework.
In this post, we will trigger the Microsoft Flow using an API in C#. This approach is useful when you want to reduce your application code and let Power Automate take care of most of the things.
In this post, we will run the Power Automate flow using the API from the Postman. First, we will create a simple flow to send an email OTP. We will get the inputs by calling the API.
In this post, we will run our Power Automate Desktop (PAD) flows from the Power Automate Cloud. You must have installed the PAD on your system and started creating the flows. Now you need to run the flows remotely. You are at the right place. Follow along and start triggering your flows from the cloud.