Create A Logic App


In this article, I will explain about Logic apps in an Azure portal. Before proceeding with the creation of the Logic app, let’s take an overview of Logic apps. Logic apps will help us to implement the Workflow in Azure and simplify the integrations. We can automate the process visually and the Workflow in Logic app designer, so that we can add many connectors, which we can add to Logic app.


An active Azure subscription.

Creating a Logic app in an Azure

Step 1

Login into an Azure portal.

Step 2

Click New->Enterprise Intergration ->Logic app.


Step 3

Now, we need to configure the basic settings for an Azure Logic app. Provide a unique name for Logic app and select a Resource group. If you already have an existing resource group, select Existing group or select a New resource group. Select Datacenter location. Click Create.


Step 4

The creation of Logic app shows the basic templates. Now, we can select the blank Logic app, so that we can create Logic app. 


Step 5

The designer of Logic app shows the present Services with the triggers, which we can use in Logic app.

Step 6

In search box, type RSS and select RSS=when a feed item is published.


Step 7

Enter the link of the Webpage’s RSS feed, as per your desire. We can change the frequency and an interval on how Logic app should check the particular Webpage as hosted and click Save.


Now, we need to add an action, which responds to the trigger action.

Step 8

From the designer page, under the trigger page, choose Newstep-> Add an action.


Step 9

To send an email from the account, type gmail in the search box. Select send Email.



Step 10

You need to sign in with username and password for the email account. After logging in to the gmail account, choose the allow option for the synchronization.


Step 11

Now, we need to provide the details for the action such as the destination email address and parameters for the content in the email.

Step 12

Click Save.


Step 13

Here, we are able to manually run the  Logic app for testing and on the command bar, click Run or we can leave the Logic app to check the feeds of the Webpage content on the schedule, as we set it up. If Logic app finds the new items, Logic app sends the item contents to an Email. If Logic app doesn’t find anything new, it just skips the schedule again for sending the email.

I hope, this article will be useful for creating Logic apps and for gathering the updates of the Webpages. Thank you for reading.