Presentation Type: How2
Have you seen scope control in list of Power Automate actions? Have you ever thought how to use it and why is it there?
Maybe you have also noticed "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 functionality in your workflows
* how to create try-catch constructions
* in which other patterns you can use them
Smart usage of scopes and run after functionality helps Power Automate to run really error-less. It's really good to be familiar with them.