What Do Blockchain, Construction, Emojis, Healthcare, IT Operations and Word Clouds all Have in Common?

What Do Blockchain, Construction, Emojis, Healthcare, IT Operations and Word Clouds all Have in Common?

Normally, zero! But, each of these new Power Automate connectors addresses one of these categories. Join me to take a quick look at how each one could improve your flow.

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AIHW MyHospitals

Is healthcare your gig? Get data from any hospital in the Australian hospital network as part of your flows. This independently published connector is good for people who work in healthcare or need data for research purposes.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Four stars

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Infura Ethereum

The Infura Ethereum API gives developers the Ethereum-based infrastructure to build decentralized applications, or blockchain. These are often used to prevent cheating or hacking a system as you might want for apps that deal with cryptocurrency. With it, builders can connect applications using a single line of code. This connector’s actions supplement that ability.

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

Four and a half stars

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Nodefusion Portal

Nodefusion is an international IT system integrator that specializes in hybrid cloud solutions and app development. This new connector for Power Automate caters to its users with a single action that gets data about a requested organization. In order to use this connector, you must have active agreement with the Nodefusion organization for its services, including working account for access the Nodefusion Portal.

Rating: 2 out of 5.

Two stars

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Open Experience

From the German-based construction-tech company Open Experience GmbH, construction companies can control their work sites using digitization and automation to provide better control of the situation on site. This connector’s single action creates “a new project in Open Experience for selected services.”

Rating: 2 out of 5.

Two stars

Connect to Arts and Entertainment

Need a little diversion? These two Power Automate connectors offer the opportunity for marketers to inject a little humor or art into the daily grind.

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EmojiHub

With the Emojihub connector, you can pull random emojis into your automations for when you want to humanize the verbiage coming from your chatbot, or when you just don’t care that much about being professional!

It’s six actions offer users the ability to choose any of these options from the 1791 possible emojis in the EmojiHub:

  • a random emoji
  • a random emoji in a category
  • a random emoji in a group
  • All emojis available
  • All emojis in a category
  • All emojis in a group

Rating: 3 out of 5.

Three stars

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Word Cloud by Textvis

Create a word cloud for your website or other marketing materials with Word Cloud by Textvis. With a single action, use this Power Automate connector to request a word cloud by sending your text and configuration options.

Rating: 3.5 out of 5.

Three and a half stars

More Changes Afoot

Along with these new connectors comes one update that’s worth mentioning. If you need the ability to track memberships for your organization and you use Impexium already, you surely want to take a close look at this connector to automate more of your tasks. If you’re looking for an app that works well for this purpose, this one may suit you.

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Impexium

When the Impexium connector, used for membership management for nonprofits and member-based organizations, originally landed in February 2021 it was a small blip on our radar, garnering a solid three and a half stars. Later, in August of 2021, I noted the addition of more triggers and upped the ante to four stars for making a good connector even better. Today, a year after our first brush with Impexium, we can report there are a slew (over 50) available actions and 14 triggers that improve the usability of this connector for its users.

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

Four and a half stars

Every time there’s a new drop of Power Automate connectors, I enjoy dreaming up new use cases for each and discovering how they might help with your automations. If you are using one I’ve reviewed, let me know how you are using it.

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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