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Use Microsoft Power Automate (formerly Microsoft Flow) to automate repetitive tasks, manage processes, and tie your Microsoft 365 products and general applications together.


If you are eligible to use Microsoft 365 at IU, you are eligible to use this application and its related suite of products.

Data classification

If your workflow involves Critical or Restricted data, make sure the relevant Data Stewards are aware of your process and have given their approval.


This application is included in Microsoft 365, and you can access it from Microsoft 365 at IU .

For mobile clients, Power Automate applications are available via the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store.

Create a workflow

Microsoft Power Automate uses a series of templates to build connectors between applications and actions. The Microsoft Power Automate home page offers several templates you can use to get started, or you can search for applications and services to connect.

Learn the basics

To learn how to perform common tasks in Microsoft Power Automate, see the templates on the Microsoft Power Automate home page, or reference the Frequently asked questions.

Troubleshooting, help, and feedback

If you have trouble with any application, sign out of Microsoft 365 and completely close your browser or mobile app, and then restart it. You can also switch to a different browser to see if that resolves the issue.

For help, contact your campus Support Center.

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Last modified on 2022-11-14 12:31:41.