Scopes and run after. Make your Flow running errorless.
Speaker: Tomasz Poszytek |
Have you seen the scope control in list of Flow's actions? Have you ever thought how to use it and basically, why is it there? Maybe you have also noticed the "run after" functionality?
If you haven't had yet, or have had, but still in doubt how to, join this session!
- How and when to use those functionalities in your Flows
- How to create a try-catch constructions
- In which other patterns you can use them
Smart usage of scopes and run after functionalities helps your Flows to run really errorless. It's really good to be familiar with them.
About Tomasz Poszytek
A believer in enabling organizations to work more effectively helping them to achieve it by leveraging their effectiveness through their business processes digitalization and optimization. Having a strong analytical background being a Business Analyst for years, he has lots of experience in Power Platform (PowerApps, Flow, PowerBi), but also in Nintex or Webcon. He really enjoys to continuously learn to stay up to date and to share his knowledge not only with his customers, but with technical communities as well.
He's building business processes and applications that are easy for users' to stick to, so they can follow and understand them. In overall he transforms processes to be more reliable and effortless.
Co-organizer of SharePoint Saturday Warsaw and active community member, blogger and international speaker.