## Power Automate: addToTime Function

Power Automate provides functions to add time-based on each of the units. For example, you can use the addSeconds Function to add only seconds, but …

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# Tag: Friday Function

## Power Automate: addToTime Function

## Power Automate: formatDateTime Function

## PowerApps: Mod Function

## Power Automate: addSeconds Function

## SharePoint: REPT Function

## PowerApps: Now Function

## PowerAutomate: addMinutes Function

## SharePoint: Now Function

## PowerApps: Round Function

## Flow: addDays Function

The place where I write stuff I find interesting.

Friday Function is where I’ll explore the basics of some functions and provide some recommendations on how to use them. I’ll focus on Microsoft Flow, SharePoint and PowerApps since there’s a lot to explore there, but there may be other references showing up in the future.

Please don’t expect an exhaustive list of all functions. You can find that on Microsoft’s excellent reference. I’ll focus on the most common ones and build from there.

Articles will come out every Friday (hence the Friday Function theme) always 7 pm Lisbon Time. Since I have three platforms to explore, you can expect Flow, SharePoint, and PowerApps articles every three weeks. Time permitting I’ll increase the frequency, but I think this is a right balance so that I can keep on delivering valuable information in a defined schedule.

Power Automate provides functions to add time-based on each of the units. For example, you can use the addSeconds Function to add only seconds, but …

The formatDateTime Function allows you to turn a specific date in any format that you want. It’s quite useful since different countries represent dates differently. …

The Mod function is a mathematical function that calculates the remainder of a number divided by a divisor. It may not be apparent its usage, …

I’ve used the addSeconds Function in previous posts but never spent time to explain it adequately. This function adds the number of seconds to a specific …

“REPT function” will return a text value that has a specific string repeated X number of times. Usage It follows a simple pattern. String to …

The PowerApps Now function will return the current moment’s date, including the time. PowerApps converts the value automatically to the user’s regional settings when displaying it …

The addMinutes Function works just like the addSeconds Function and other similar functions. It adds the number of minutes to a specific date, based on a …

The SharePoint Now function will return the token serial number of the current date and time. Dates are stored internally as sequential serial numbers to enable …

The Round function performs the mathematical round of a number to a specific number of decimal places. It uses the rules defined “Half Round-Up” where it rounds …

The addDays Function works just like the addSeconds Function and other similar functions. It adds the number of days to a specific date, based on a …