Use SharePoint and Power Automate to build workflows
Power Automate is deeply integrated with SharePoint. You can start with any of the more than 100 SharePoint templates, or create your own flow that integrates with SharePoint from scratch.
Learn more about how to use Power Automate with SharePoint in the following video.
Top SharePoint workflow scenarios
Here are some of the top scenarios in which you can use Power Automate with SharePoint:
- Manage approval flows.
- Work with files and lists created with Microsoft Lists.
- Migrate from workflows to Power Automate.
Manage approval flows
- Customize SharePoint page approvals to meet your needs.
- Require approval of documents in SharePoint by using Power Automate.
- Route finished documents to a team for approval.
Work with files and lists
- Manage list item and file permissions.
- Move files to different folders after they're approved in SharePoint.
- Create an item in SharePoint when a new order is added in Salesforce.
- Get items from lists, or get files from libraries.
- Create a flow for a list or library in SharePoint or OneDrive.
- Edit a cloud flow.
Other top scenarios
SharePoint triggers and actions
You can use SharePoint triggers to start flows that monitor changes made to a list or library. For a full list, go to SharePoint triggers.
As soon as your flow starts, you can use any of the more than 40 actions to manipulate your lists.
Migrate from workflows to Power Automate
- Migrate from classic workflows to Power Automate flows in SharePoint.