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Learn how to automate your business process

Do you want to use Power Automate to automate your business processes but don’t know where to start? Today is your day! We have just launched a new set of documents to help people learn how to automate their business processes with Power Automate.

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3 real-world examples of the impact and scale of low-code automation

You already know that low-code automation can free up people to work on high-level tasks. What’s often overlooked is the impact of automation on a larger scale—the potential of each automated process to contribute to rapidly solving big organizational challenges, often on a global level. Let’s look at three organizations that recently solved large logistical challenges by providing individuals and teams with Microsoft Power Automate.

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Process invoices with AI Builder

Today we are excited to announce the introduction of a new prebuilt AI model in AI Builder: Invoice processing. It can automatically extract information such as customer, vendor, invoice ID, invoice due date, total, invoice amount due, tax amount, ship to, bill to, and more.

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Take a tour of process advisor and new RPA enhancements

This morning we announced two updates for Power Automate that further democratize across the entire organization: Process advisor, now available in preview, and Microsoft Power Automate Desktop, now generally available. Let’s take a closer look at some of the capabilities in each update that will help you and your colleagues understand which processes are best suited for automation, as well as bring robotic process automation (RPA) capabilities to any organization with a robust desktop authoring experience. 

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Eight New Connectors Released in November 2020!

Eight new connectors were released to Power Automate in November 2020, bringing even more connectivity to services for your automation needs. Check in to see what this month’s release of connectors can offer you.

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Introduction to Power Automate RPA desktop flows analytics

The ability to monitor analytics of overall RPA (Robotic Process Automation) desktop flows is critical, so that you can view the overall automation health and adoption status across the whole organization. You now have two different options to monitor the analytics for RPA desktop flows — from Power Platform Admin Center or using the CoE Starter Kit.

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