In earlier SharePoint on-premises installations, such as SharePoint 2013, 2016, or 2019, SharePoint workflows were based on SharePoint Designer or Nintex workflows.
You can still create workflows using these tools. However, in Microsoft 365, Power Automate (also known as “Flow”) provides a new and popular option for workflow creation. This article shows the different ways you can use the tools. In addition, it describes where the workflows reach their limits and how you can reach your goals despite those limits by using holistic specialist solutions.