Use the new Power Automate cloud flows designer


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Enabled for Public preview Early access General availability
Admins, makers, marketers, or analysts, automatically - - Oct 8, 2023

Business value

Easily get started building new cloud flows in Power Automate by describing them in natural language. This feature supports additional actions, connectors, geo-availability, parameter filling, and explainability to make the experience even easier.

Feature details

Using state-of-the-art AI models like Azure OpenAI, Power Automate can take natural language as input to create flows. You can use natural everyday language to describe the cloud flow that you want, and then Power Automate creates it based on your written description of the scenario to automate. This feature makes it easier for you to build different types of automation faster, allowing a broader population of business users to use Power Automate in a truly no-code experience.

We've added several enhancements:

  • Support for more connectors and actions. Power Automate understands natural language input to build flows that include Dataverse, approvals, and Power Apps.
  • Availability in the European Union region and Government Community Cloud.
  • Automatic flow parameter filling: Once you create a flow by using natural language, the flow includes the individual actions and the parameters in the action cards.
  • Explainability to understand how your description of the flow translates to the different flow actions with suggested improvements.


Copilot is available worldwide across all geos. While some regions/countries have it on by default based on their GPU availability, for other regions, however, admins have to opt-in from PPAC that they want to enable copilot based on the understanding that their data can flow cross geo.

Geographic areas

This feature will be released into the following Microsoft Azure geographic areas:

  • Germany
  • Norway
  • Singapore
  • South Africa
  • Switzerland
  • United Arab Emirates
  • United States
  • Europe
  • Asia Pacific
  • United Kingdom
  • Australia
  • Brazil
  • Canada
  • India
  • Japan
  • France
  • Korea

See also

Get started with Copilot in cloud flows (docs)