Microsoft Flow re-branded to Power Automate
At Ignite 2019 Microsoft announced the rebranding of Microsoft Flow to Power Automate. This rebranding was done to better align with the other Power Platform products. The Power Platform family consists of 3 products: Power BI, Power Apps (formerly PowerApps), and now Power Automate. Along with the rebranding comes many enhancements.
New Robotic Processing Automation (RPA) added to Power Automate
First among these enhancements to Power Automate is the public preview of Robotic Processing Automation called UI Flows. UI Flows allow users to turn manual tasks into automated workflows by recording and playing back human-driven actions across software that does not support API automation with point-and-click experience. UI Flows enable you to automate manual time-consuming tasks.
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