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Using Environment Variables with Cloud Flows

Do you leverage data from multiple applications or services? If you haven't already found a way to integrate the data between them, you should check out Microsoft Cloud Flows, which are part of Power Automate and part of the overall Power Platform.
What are Cloud Flows?
Cloud Flows allow power users to build workflows that integrate a diverse set of apps and services, including Dynamics 365, SharePoint, SQL Server, Act!, Twitter and many more! Each workflow can have one trigger, such as a timer or an incoming email or tweet, and one or many actions, such as creating a Lead in your application of choice and sending a text message to a user.

SharePoint or OneDrive – Where Should I Store My Files?

With organizations moving to cloud storage for more and more areas of their business, there are quite a few places individuals can store their files.  But which cloud application is the right one?  The answer, of course, is both.  Let's break down the similarities and differences between SharePoint and OneDrive so you can choose the right application for each of your files.

Archiving your Unused SharePoint Components

There may come a time when your SharePoint site structure balloons to an unmanageable size. Your site's navigation may grow to a size that makes navigating between subsites and libraries excessively difficult for your users.  It may be time to consider archiving some of the more unused sites and libraries, reducing the screen clutter and potentially saving storage space if you can delete files within these archived sites down the road.