In my previous blog post, we created a Flow which can be manually started on a document in a SharePoint Online document Library or List. In this blog, we will create a button using column formatting which will launch a Flow on that item.
In this example, we will create a Flow which can be manually started on a document in SharePoint Online document Library. Our Flow will get a file content from a SharePoint document library, Convert it to PDF, Add a Text Watermark to the PDF and store generated PDF back to SharePoint document library.
Email communication is the lifeline of every business. But managing an email archiving solution can be a tricky and time-consuming process. In this Blog, we will automate the process of archiving\converting incoming emails including all attachments to PDF and storing them in a SharePoint Document Library. There are many reasons for building a Flow like … Continue reading Archive incoming emails in PDF format using Microsoft Flow