Robotic Process Automation (RPA) Step-by-Step Setup for Microsoft Power Automate Desktop

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Make automation more accessible so you can focus on what’s important. From code-free automation to your everyday processes in Microsoft teams, the new Power Automate Desktops Robotic Process Automation (RPA) capabilities expands UI automation across a broader spectrum of legacy apps and your favorite web browsers.

Automation is no longer only referring to IT automation. As more of what we do every day is digital, automation can apply to almost any process or task. Whether it's an approval process across the stakeholders, or data entry between different apps, there's nothing stopping you from automating many of the things that you do every single day. With Power Automate, part of the Microsoft Power platform, you can do digital process automation for any task or business process.

Host Jeremy Chapman is joined by Stephen Siciliano, PM Director for Power Automate, who shows the many options for automating repetitive tasks:

Everyday processes in your Microsoft 365 apps

Win32 apps

Web apps across browsers

► QUICK LINKS:

00:00 - Introduction

03:00 - Demo RPA for Legacy App

05:08 - New Power Automate Desktop

08:39 - How to test the automation

10:02 - Automation in a web app in browsers

12:23 - How to track what’s been automated

12:58 - Closing notes

► Link References:

Learn more and get started at https://www.powerautomate.com

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