During one of my demos with a customer for Microsoft Teams, he asked if it is possible to automate the process to get the Teams conversation history over an email using Power Automate. In this blog post we will use the 'Graph API' with Power Automate, export chats from Microsoft Teams and send it as a PDF attachment.
In this blog post, we will be using the SharePoint Online Power BI web part to render the report and Convert the Page to PDF. The Power BI web part gives the SharePoint Online a much-desired edge by allows SharePoint users to embed Power BI reports directly in SharePoint Online pages with no code required.
One of the many advantages provided by the PDF file format is the ability to password protect files to make sure they cannot be opened by un-authorized users. Even more useful, in my opinion, is the ability to apply restrictions to PDF files to prevent users from copying its content or even sending it to a printer.
Create a Simple Approval workflow, including PDF Conversion, using Power Automate in less 10 minute. This Blog is based on a customer scenario - As a Technical Consultant, I interact a lot with Business user and Functional Consultants. Last week I had a call with one of the Business use who was trying to get his feet wet with SharePoint Online and Power Automate. So both the Technologies were relative new to him. He gave me a scenario in which he wanted to 'Request manager approval for a selected file and if the manager Approves only then Convert the file to PDF'.
In our previous blog, we understood how the Attachment Control works, how can we push the Attachments into a Gallery Control, Collect all the data from the Gallery and then store the Collection in JSON format in a variable.
Microsoft Forms provides us with a quick and easy way to create surveys, quiz’s etc. Recently, Microsoft empowered forms designers by adding the file upload question type to Forms. In this Blog we will work with the Microsoft Forms "File Upload" control and Merge all the attachments as a single PDF and send it as an email using Power Automate.
In this article we will invoke the Azure Function using Microsoft Flow and create a Microsoft Flow that automates conversions using the Muhimbi PDF Converter Service Azure Function.
This is the third and final post in our SOAP Custom Connector series. In this article we’ll use the custom SOAP connector we created in parts 1 and 2 of this series, to design a Microsoft Flow that automates conversions using the on-premise version of the Muhimbi PDF Converter. In this three-part series, we’ll cover the … Continue reading Create a Flow Using a Custom SOAP Connector – Part 3
In the previous blog, we created a Postman collection which holds our SOAP request and exported the collection as an Postman collection (.json) file. In this blog, you create a custom connector using the Postman collection file which will help us in Converting documents to PDF.
This topic is part of a tutorial series on creating and using SOAP custom connectors in Azure Logic Apps, Microsoft Flow, and PowerApps. Why wouldn’t I just use the built-in Flow actions and REST based API of The Muhimbi PDF Converter Services Online, you ask? The reasons are usually regulatory compliance and/or corporate governance. You simply might not be authorised to process your documents on third party systems, no matter how secure the underlying technology is. So, with the “why?” having been covered, lets move-on to the actual steps you’ll be using to get this working.