Archive incoming emails in PDF format using Microsoft Flow

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

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Convert Power BI Dashboard to PDF using Microsoft Flow

Whether your data is a simple Excel spreadsheet or a collection of cloud-based and on-premises hybrid data warehouses, Power BI helps unify data from many sources to create interactive, immersive dashboards and reports that provide actionable insights and drive business results. In this walk-through, we'll create a flow that runs once a day and automates the process of delivering a PDF version of the Power BI reports\dashboard.

Send an Image as PDF and Working with Muhimbi Converter Service Data-source in “PowerAPPs”

In my previous blogs, I have written about, how to Convert/Save "Pen-Input Control" as PDF or "Save Images to SharePoint Online" etc. However, all my previous examples had a dependency on Microsoft-FLOW.   In this example, I will Convert "Camera Control" Image to "PDF" and send it as an Email "WITHOUT Microsoft-FLOW❗", we will only use … Continue reading Send an Image as PDF and Working with Muhimbi Converter Service Data-source in “PowerAPPs”

Converting and Archiving InfoPath Forms to PDF using Microsoft-Flow

Microsoft has announced the retirement of InfoPath in late 2016. Ever since then, all are busy in searching alternatives for InfoPath Forms. However, I am busy finding a way as to how can I archive these forms. So during my research I came across an excellent article http://blog.muhimbi.com/2017/01/converting-and-archiving-infopath-files.html and yes that was the solution. Converting InfoPath … Continue reading Converting and Archiving InfoPath Forms to PDF using Microsoft-Flow

Creating Printable PDF’s of PowerAPPs screen which contain Pen-controls.

I have been working with PowerAPPS for quite some time and to be honest initially I was not comfortable using it, but slowly and steadily I am LIKING IT ❤ and yes, it seems to be the perfect product for the Mobile ERA. However, one feature that it lacks is converting the screens into Printable … Continue reading Creating Printable PDF’s of PowerAPPs screen which contain Pen-controls.

Microsoft Powerapps to send images as email attachment or saving photos to SharePoint

Microsoft has announced the retirement of InfoPath in late 2016 and ever since then everyone using InfoPath is concerned about finding an InfoPath replacement. Microsoft has provided guidance that the successor to InfoPath will be PowerApps. So, I think it the right time to leave our old friend InfoPath behind and move ahead with PowerAPPs(next big thing).