In this chapter, you learned about creating flows that utilize push notification actions. Push notifications can be useful for drawing a user's attention to a particular event or item that requires prompt action.
You also started learning about the power of conditions and how they can be used to enable flows to perform different actions based on the data that is received. Conditions are necessary to ensure that processing only happens when certain values are detected. Conditions are part of the Power Automate system itself, and as such, can be used with any connectors. Conditions can use expressions and dynamic content as well, just like other actions in a flow.
In the next chapter, you'll learn about sharing flows. Sharing flows will allow your team members to build on each other's work, increasing both individual and group productivity.