As you may have read, SharePoint 2010 Workflows are being retired. With their focus on newer tools and technology like Power Automate, Microsoft is encouraging their users to follow suit and adopt these tools quickly. Their statement read:
There are many factors to consider when deciding on a PowerApps solution and this blog is designed to help you understand the costs associated with it. Microsoft's pricing page paints a feature-rich picture, but does not explain much about the costs associated with a PowerApps solution. I have broken it down into 3 basic components that drive cost: Licensing, Onboarding & Training, and Building.
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Working at Aerie Consulting, a Microsoft Partner, I have had the opportunity to work with a wide variety of clients and almost all have asked in some fashion or other: What is the best project management tool?
For any of you who are familiar with Visual Studio workflows... you love the added flexibility but you also hate the Workflow Designer and sometimes the activities aren't very clear... Recently I had been working on a workflow for a ticketing system to send emails to members of a SharePoint group.