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UI flows in Microsoft Power Automate

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We have already let you know about how Microsoft was entering the RPA Market, what acquisitions it made, and what partners it started dealing with. All those actions were associated with the evolution of Microsoft Power Automate by adding new RPA capabilities.

Now you can easily automate legacy processes even if they don’t have APIs. Using a little bit of genius called robotic process automation, or RPA, to create UI flows. For example, say you’re a clinic operating off a legacy system. Every time you finish meeting with a patient you have to extract lots and lots of data fields and details about their visit from your desktop to your patient tracking system. Ample opportunity for mistakes and a giant waste of time. With Power Automate, just create a UI flow that automatically records every action you take, review it, make any edits you want, then add it to an existing flow. Simple as that. And this way, you can seamlessly integrate your legacy software across modern applications and services without a big upfront investment. Power Automate lets you securely scale across your whole organization with confidence.

From simple tasks to super-complex enterprise-wide processes.

In the video below, you can find more details highlighting new capabilities of Microsoft Power Automate including Power Automate Desktop, a component that broadens the existing RPA functionality for legacy, web, and desktop applications.