• Convert a Document Set to PDF with Power Automate

    Convert a Document Set to PDF with Power Automate

    A lot of our customers ask us how a to build an automated Power Automate flow which will convert all of the documents contained within a SharePoint document set to a single PDF document when the document set is approved or reaches a certain stage within a business process. Whilst a SharePoint document set is […]

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  • Working with File Contents and Files in Power Automate

    Working with File Contents and Files in Power Automate

    Like all other Power Automate connectors, the Encodian connector for Microsoft Power Automate (Flowr) and Azure Logic Apps receives and sends files as Base64 encoded strings. This is a really important concept to understand when working with files in Power Automate and Logic Apps. A common misconception is that an action performed by a Power […]

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  • Converting HTML to PDF or Word with Power Automate

    Converting HTML to PDF or Word with Power Automate

    Encodian provide two actions which enable you to convert HTML Data, a URL and HTML document’s to either a PDF document or Microsoft Word document (DOCX): Convert HTML to Word Convert HTML to PDF These actions are very popular and this short post provides the following tips for the most common questions we receive from […]

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  • Monitor Encodian for Power Automate Usage

    Monitor Encodian for Power Automate Usage

    We offer a number of different subscription levels that govern the total number of actions permitted per month for the Encodian connector for Power Automate. We’re often asked by customers; ‘What happens when I have used all of the available actions for a given month under my subscription level’ The answer; When there are no […]

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  • Fill a PDF Form with Power Automate and Encodian

    Fill a PDF Form with Microsoft Power Automate

    To complement our Get PDF Form Data action we have just released the Fill a PDF Form action which provides the ability to set data within a PDF form using Microsoft Power automate. The Fill a PDF Form action supports both XFA and (Adobe) Acroforms, albeit the capabilities / support are enhanced or for (Adobe) […]

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  • Troubleshooting Flows in Microsoft Power Automate

    Troubleshooting Flows in Microsoft Power Automate

    Power Automate is a very powerful tool for building no-code solutions, but no-code certainly doesn’t mean no complexity and occasionally errors arise which can be difficult to troubleshoot, especially when working with documents and arrays! This short post is focussed on some common issues but also details what information you should provide to our support […]

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