Trigr? What’s that?!
So, what’s Trigr? Trigr is a revolutionary new tool to save your team time through automations accessed directly from SharePoint. The clever thing is that with Trigr, you only need to deploy one Power Automate Flow per automation for all your SharePoint libraries and lists. How does Trigr deploy Flows to SharePoint? To deploy Flows […]Read article
You’re deploying flows to SharePoint completely wrong.
Do you know what most Power Automate experts say is their biggest issue when deploying Flows to SharePoint? Having to make a new damn Flow for every single SharePoint site. Even if it’s the exact same Flow… Do you know what’s even worse than making a new Flow for each site? Maintaining them all. The average […]Read article
Say Hello to Trigr: Deploy Flows Across SharePoint
After months of hard work from the Encodian team, we are delighted to announce the release of our latest product Trigr. Trigr enables you to make a single Power Automate flow available across all your SharePoint Online sites. It also introduces much-requested features such as multiple document selection and dynamic forms (which even includes a […]Read article
Learn how to code: 4 ways to get to where you want to be
If you’re considering learning to code or are curious about it and want to know more, you’ve come to the right place. There’s a ton of buzz around getting into coding these days, and it’s easy to understand why. The market is growing, and the need for developers is rising. It’s been estimated that between […]Read article
5 Ways to Fight Procrastination with Power Automate
Now that you’ve finally got around to reading this article let’s face it, procrastination is a big part of why we don’t reach our potential. Most people are procrastinators to some degree, whether it’s going through that last email before you leave work or cleaning your living room just before the in-laws arrive. You can […]Read article
Stuck between plans? Say hello to Flexible Actions 👋
So, you’re ready to buy Flowr, but you need more actions than the lower plan but nowhere near as many as the next plan up. What do you do? Don’t worry. It’s a common issue! That’s why we’ve created flexible actions, also commonly referred to as additional actions. What are flexible actions? Flexible actions are […]Read article