One of the Microsoft products I wanted to learn more about was Power Automate which used to be called “Microsoft Flow”. It’s the equivalent of If This Then That or Zapier that allows for workflows to be automated. Sometimes I found myself doing repeated tasks online and I figured, why shouldn’t I just automate them so I don’t have to think about them – or create “digital buttons” so that every time I pressed one on my iPhone, it would just set the workflow in motion. There are heaps of resources online so I spend a little bit of time to learn this new product that may also help out with clients in the future.
Here’s my plan for how I propose to tackle it…
I believe that our work can/should/must offer experiences to learn from and with each other; use the TONS of resources online & use communities and networks out there. I have created my own Personal Learning Plan for learning Microsoft Power Automate. It’s my own framework. pic.twitter.com/kyQq7qEg27
— Helen Blunden #AlwaysBeLearning 🤔🧠🦉📚🥇 (@ActivateLearn) April 16, 2020