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Trigger a Power Automate Flow through a SharePoint List Item

Power Automate is a great tool to automate SharePoint based Tasks, e.g. Document Approvals, Notifications,… The flows can be triggered by a new or changed Element / Document in SharePoint, but very often, we want the user to start a flow for a specific, selected document. For that, Microsoft is Providing a Power Automate Trigger called "SharePoint – Start for the selected document", which can be triggered for the selected document in SharePoint. The flow gets the ID of the selected document and can do anything you want with that document. In this post, I explain, how to trigger a flow, that is located in another environment than the default environment

The quick way to work with SharePoint Lists and permissions

SharePoint (or Microsoft) lists provide a good storage for not too extensive structured data. Sometimes administrators want to restrict access to certain items or lines. This approach shows how you, as an administrator, can do this without using item permissions, but with simpler and easier-to-manage views and permissions.

Ways to work with Power BI licenses

I recently wanted to share a Microsoft Power BI report with other users who only have the "Power BI (Free)" license. Well, with a "Power BI Pro" license, a report can be shared with other users. But I noticed that there are stumbling blocks when it comes to licensing. Here are my findings.

Power Platform Environments and Governance Tips

The Microsoft Power Platform enables individual solutions to be developed and business processes to be easily automated. When it comes to controlling the solutions, it is important to establish an IT governance in the organization. There are many areas and details about it. For this reason, I've put together a summary here with some news and helpful tips.