Before we can begin crafting a flow that involves Microsoft Forms, it's important to understand what kinds of triggers and actions are available for the Forms connector. As a reminder, triggers are activities that can initiate a flow, and actions are the activities that a flow can perform.
As mentioned in the introduction, Microsoft Forms is a survey and information gathering tool. An end user's interaction with Forms ends when they complete and submit the form. As such, the Forms connector currently has only one trigger: When a new response is submitted. This trigger is activated when a user submits a form to the service.
The Forms connector also has only a single action: Get response details. Using this action, Power Automate can retrieve the data submitted by the user and use the field values in a flow.
Before we can use Power Automate to process a form, we'll need a form to work with. In the next...