Complementing Connectors PDF4me SwissQR and Huddle for US Government and Healthcare Added

Complementing Connectors PDF4me SwissQR and Huddle for US Government and Healthcare Added
PDF4me SwissQR

Complementing the Power Automate connector PDF4me by the same maker, PDF4me SwissQR have three actions that give you the ability to create a SwissQR bill on your PDF document, split it by SwissQR Code, or read SwissQR Code as Json on your PDF file.

Be aware you’ll need to have PDF4me Developer Portal account. And, if you’re doing business in Switzerland, you’ll need an understanding of QR-bill which began in July of 2020.

Rating: 2 out of 5.

Two stars for specific, limited use but useful nonetheless.

Huddle for US Government & Healthcare connector icon
Huddle for US Government & Healthcare

It must have been the day for complementing connectors because Huddle just released its new Huddle for US Government & Healthcare. To use this secure document collaboration and client portal connector you will be required to have a Huddle for US Government & Healthcare account, access to the Power Automate Connector turned on for your account by Huddle Support, and a Microsoft Power Apps or Power Automate plan.

Its seven actions include your ability to:

  • Create and upload a file to a target folder
  • Create a subfolder within a target folder
  • Create a To-Do in a workspace
  • Get the content of a file by ID
  • Delete a folder by ID
  • Upload a form submission as a text file
  • Update a task’s status to completed

It triggers a flow when you poll a target folder for its most recent upload or poll a target workspace for its most recent approval request.

Rating: 3 out of 5.

Expands the ability to use Huddle in other applications where you did not previously have the access. Three stars.

These new connectors make a total of 436! We love that Power Automate just gets more versatile . That’s why we stay on top of the latest additions and important changes. See other recent changes that can help you. Contact us to get started on your next project.

Kimberly Kratz
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