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Power Automate Tip: How to define constants without having too many variabled declared

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  I have been architecting things and came to my observation that developers are using too many of the variables in the flow which they want to keep the hard-coded values or technically say constants. Declaring/initializing too many variables makes the flow very big and becomes hard to understand. Moreover, it takes a lot of time and effort to add the number of variable components and to name and add comments. This tip will save you from all of these. So for a quick tip on how we can declare the constants more effectively so that we are not filling the whole screen with the variable declaration So to do it we can make use of 2 connectors Compose Parse JSON For example, if you want to hardcode the Site URL and some of the list Names we can do something like this... Step 1: Compose Step 2: Parse JSON Step 3: Usage Conclusion So these 2 steps will save a lot of your time and effort which you spent in adding the variable connector and defining them. If you want to update any property at an

Key Points to maximize you SharePoint Migration using Sharegate.

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  Many organizations are going through a shift of platforms i.e... from on-premise solutions to online solutions, and SharePoint is one of the major platforms. In this article, I will be highlighting some basic key concepts which might help you out in maximizing the amount of data transfer from SharePoint on-premise to SharePoint Online using Sharegate as a tool. The suggestions I mentioned in the article are based on my years of experience, and might not suit some scenarios Computing Power Many of us think that while using Sharegate we do not require a powerful system for migration as it is just the transfer of data. But that is not correct as before sending the data, Sharegate does a lot of processing. So having a powerful computing machine will speed up the processing and you can gain the speed. Though Sharegate recommends optimal performance with 4 cores, my suggestion is to go with a minimum of  8 CPU cores 32Gb RAM 256 GB of SSD This will give the maximum resources and power to c