Personal Budgets, RPA and Earthquakes?

Personal Budgets, RPA and Earthquakes?

As the Power Automate connector sector grows, so do the myriad of possibilities.

It’s not surprising then that these three new additions address such disparate categories as budgeting, robot process automation and a shaking earth. Let’s look!

Personal Budget Automation

Independently published budgeting connector icon
You Need a Budget

The You Need a Budget app can help users avoid debt or get out of it by creating a personal budget. The connector has loads of actions to help you automate including:

  • Create a new account.
  • Create a single transaction or multiple transactions. 
  • Get a single budget with all related entities (a full budget export).
  • Get a single budget month or all budget months.
  • Get a list of budgets with summary information.
  • Get settings for a budget by ID.
  • Get authenticated user information.
  • Get all accounts, or a single account by ID
  • Get a single category or a single category for a specific budget month.
  • Get all categories grouped by category group.
  • Update a category for a specific month.
  • Get a single payee or single payee location.
  • Get all payees or all payee locations.
  • Get all payee locations for a specified payee.
  • Get all transactions for a specified account, category, or payee.
  • Get all scheduled transactions.
  • Get a single transaction or single scheduled transaction by ID
  • Get budget transactions.
  • Get all transactions for a specified account, category, or payee.
  • Update a single transaction.
  • Update multiple transactions, by id or import_id.
  • Import available transactions on all linked accounts for the given budget.

This is a really good start for budgeting, though I’m not sure whether a non-tech individual would know to look for this handy tool.

Rating: 3.5 out of 5.

Three and a half stars

Where’s Your Robot?

Yarado

When your robotic processes are down, you’ll probably want a list of which ones are the culprits. For robot process automation, the Yarado connector lets users get a list of down robots and tasks that belong to their organization, and/or schedule a single task run. It’s one of at least eight Power Automate connectors that we’ve identified for robot process automation.

RPA connectors in Power Automate

If you’re already using a Yarado product, you may want to take a look. Otherwise, there are other Power Automate connectors of this type with more to offer.

Rating: 2 out of 5.

Two stars

What’s Shakin’?

Independently published USGS connector icon
USGS Earthquake Hazards

The USGS Earthquake Hazards connector taps into the United States Geological Survey’s database. This agency “assesses earthquake impacts and hazards, and conducts targeted research on the causes and effects of earthquakes.” It’s sole action retrieves a list of earthquake information based on parameters you supply. Use cases for this connector include city planning, real estate purchase decisions and more. Using this connector will help you decide what’s shakin’.

Rating: 2 out of 5.

Two stars

Whether your needs are around budgeting, RPAs or to gain insight about the earth moving beneath your feet, there’s a Power Automate connector for you. However, with so many Power Automate connectors from which to choose, you might want to ask our experts which ones will benefit you the most through automation so you can get back to doing what you do best.

Kimberly Kratz
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Kimberly is a Virtual Assistant but real person who works on the team at Reenhanced. She’s also a professional writer and editor. When she’s not painting a portrait or dreaming up her next steampunk quest, she works as a Reference Librarian in the city.
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