Using environment variables in a flow’s Excel action

Using environment variables in a flow’s Excel action

If you're dealing with a flow that utilizes an Excel connection across multiple tenants, environment variables may be the solution you're looking for. In this post, you'll learn how to use environment variables to make your flow more flexible and usable across different environments.

The scenario you'll explore involves a flow with an Excel connection that needs to be accessed across different tenants. By utilizing environment variables, you can create a single flow that can be reused across different environments without needing to rebuild it each time. The post will guide you through the process of creating and utilizing environment variables within a flow's Excel action to simplify deployment and management.

Overall, this post is an essential resource for anyone looking to streamline their flow deployment and management workflows. Utilizing environment variables is an easy way to make flows more adaptable and reusable and can save a great deal of time and effort in the long run.

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