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Sioux Falls, South Dakota, United States
Are SharePoint 2010/2013 workflows an integral part of business process automation? Since the announcement of their retirement, you may find yourself seeking a replacement solution or maybe you're even on the fence about switching to Power Automate. Join me as I address specifically how to make the transition from SharePoint 2010/2013 workflows to Power Automate flows, in a few key questions: how does Power Automate integrate with SharePoint Online? What are the new Approvals and how do they differ from SharePoint Designer workflow tasks? What are some of the limitations of Power Automate and how do you design your flows to accommodate? How does a person keep up as an administrator of all the flows? With the answers to these questions and a glimpse of some other cool features (such as Microsoft Teams integration), you'll leave this session feeling confident that Power Automate will be the next workflow solution your business can't live without.
Heidi Jordan has dedicated 13 years to developing solutions using a combination of SharePoint, forms and workflow – in both SharePoint On-Premises and SharePoint Online. Specializing in no-code design, she is passionate about implementing custom solutions that satisfy both business and end-user needs. Her background includes, but is not limited to SharePoint sites/administration, SharePoint Designer Custom Workflows, InfoPath Forms, Power Apps and Power Automate.