Power Automate Trigger Reference

An advanced reference for Power Automate triggers that combines best practices, pitfalls, and limitations , while teaching you how to use them.

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Microsoft Forms

Power Automate: Forms When a new response is submitted Trigger

Microsoft Forms is a great way to collect user information, but it’s not a great place to keep information. It would be best to keep …
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Microsoft Planner

Power Automate: Planner When a new task is created Trigger

In my opinion, the Planner “when a new task is created” trigger is one of the most useful Planner triggers. Tasks are created frequently, and …
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Power Automate: When a task is completed Trigger

Power Automate reacts perfectly when things change in Microsoft Planner. For example, we have a trigger that will fire “When a task is completed”, which …
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Microsoft Teams

Power Automate: When a new channel message is added Trigger

Microsoft Teams is the tool today for interaction with co-workers, but it can be overwhelming when the channels are popular, and people are active. So …
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Office 365 Excel

Power Automate: For a selected row Trigger

The “For a selected row” trigger is incredibly useful., especially for those who use Excel to store data. It takes advantage of Power Automate’s “add-in” …
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Office 365 Outlook

Power Automate: Office 365 When a new email arrives Trigger

Sorting email manually is where productivity goes to die. But, even if you have a quick way to do it, nothing beats automatic, so Power …
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Power Apps

Power Automate: PowerApps Trigger

The integrations between Power Automate and Power Apps are exceptional, and you can trigger Flows from Power Apps easily. You can even provide information from …
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Power Automate

Power Automate: Manually Trigger a Flow Trigger

Manually Trigger a Flow action is, without question, one of my most used triggers ever. Although it’s super helpful to have Flows triggering automatically, it’s …
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Power Automate: Recurrence Trigger

Having Flows that do everything for us without even having to trigger them is fantastic. The “Recurrence” trigger does precisely this for us. It …
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Power Automate: When a feed item is published Trigger

RSS was pronounced dead so many times that I lost count, but it’s still around and healthy. RSS provides us a fantastic opportunity for automation …
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Power Automate: When an HTTP request is received Trigger

Today a premium connector. “When an HTTP request is received” trigger is unique because it enables us to have Power Automate as …
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Power Automate: SharePoint When a file is created in a folder Trigger

Automating file management is an excellent way to save time, especially if you have many of them. There are many advantages to …
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Power Automate: When a file is created (properties only) Trigger

The “When a file is created (properties only)” trigger is an excellent way to control files by automating the actions that deal with them. Today …
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Power Automate: When an item is created or modified Trigger

SharePoint list items change a lot, and it’s handy to know when they do. So today, we’ll check the “When an item is created or …
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Power Automate: When a new tweet is posted Trigger

Everyone has a love-hate relationship with Twitter, but there’s something we can’t deny. Twitter plays a massive role in everyone’s lives, especially when running …
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