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Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Workflows Retiring

Microsoft announced its retirement of SharePoint 2010 workflows as it looks to encourage end users to leverage Power Automate to streamline workflows. Although current users have until November 1st to make the transition from SharePoint 2010 to Power Automate, newly created workflows will automatically be turned off starting August 1st. Make sure your workflows are in order before these dates and start making the transition to Microsoft's Power Automate to avoid workflow disruption. 

Stephanie Siewert by Stephanie Siewert

Using Power Automate to Streamline Your Processes

It is vital as an organization to ensure your processes are efficient and bringing the most value to your employees’ time and efforts throughout the workday. Anthony Escobedo, Nicole Williams, and Randy Steinberg discuss how Power Automate makes process automation happen using low-code, no-code solutions. Find real business process issues and map out those solutions, while looking at potential gaps in manual work to reduce errors and costs, and explore apps and services that can be implemented with Power Automate to further empower your day-to-day systems.

Stephanie Siewert by Stephanie Siewert