You'll learn how to create your very own automated tasks in this Microsoft Flow training – those are jobs that your computer and your network do automatically when certain events occur. With Microsoft Flow – without code – you can name the trigger event and the result and watch your automation take hold.
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Microsoft Flow FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
Since Microsoft Flow doesn't require coding or programming experience, learning how to use it is a great way for non-technical professionals to speed up their workflow. Technical professionals like systems administrators can learn a lot too, but desk workers who use Windows should be the most excited for this Microsoft Flow training.
No, most certifications from Microsoft require deep familiarity with a broad set of skills and knowledge. This Microsoft Flow training makes sure you know how to use the flow-based automation software and nothing unnecessary. You'll practice using Flow to automate tasks, not memorize terminology and how to answer specific questions.
If you're a business user, you might want to consider the Microsoft Certified: Power Platform Fundamentals after you take this course in Microsoft Flow. On the other hand, technical professionals and anyone who wants to develop applications on the Power Platform should consider the Microsoft Certified: Power Platform Developer Associate.
After you take this Microsoft Flow training you'll know how to set up automatic tasks that save you time, keep you informed and make your job better. In addition to that, you'll learn much more about automation on a system and network – which you can compare to traditional coded automation.