In this step-by-step tutorial, learn how to use Microsoft Power Automate to create automated workflows. Streamline repetitive tasks and paperless processes with Microsoft Power Automate—so you can focus your attention where it’s needed most.

Video index:

  • 0:00 Introduction
  • 1:43 How to get Microsoft Power Automate / Flow
  • 3:29 Power Automate home page
  • 4:04 Create a flow using a template
  • 6:58 View and manage all of my flows
  • 8:50 Create an automated flow from blank
  • 10:05 Create an instant flow from blank
  • 12:10 Create a scheduled flow from blank
  • 14:28 UI and business process flows
  • 16:00 Templates
  • 16:29 Connectors
  • 16:49 Wrap up

While in Seattle a few weeks ago, I had the chance to see the Spheres for myself.

Wall Street Journal explores the Spheres, Amazon’s giant biodomes in downtown Seattle, allow employees to escape the office to work and brainstorm surrounded by nature.

Take a tour with NBBJ architect John Savo as he shows off the features of the workspace, including a five-story living wall with 25,000 plants. Photo Illustration: Drew Evans/The Wall Street Journal.

In case you haven’t already noticed it, PowerPoint now includes AI technologies.

They help people create better presentations and become better presenters. Come see how AI helps make creating presentations quicker and easier with Designer and Presenter Coach.

In this video from Microsoft Research, learn how PowerPoint can listen to you practice and provide helpful tips for improvement.

Before Cortana, before Siri, before Alexa, even before IVR systems, there was Clippy. Clippy was one of Microsoft’s Office Assistant, that shipped as part of Microsoft Office in 1997.  Even though Clippy is no more, he lives on as a meme. Here’s an interesting look at his origin story.