Microsoft Ignite 2018 – Microsoft Flow Sessions to not miss!
Hello Flow Fans!
If you didnt have a chance to make it to Microsoft Ignite, Fear Not! We have a nice wrap up post of all of the Microsoft Flow Sessions you are absolutely going to want to see! Its quite a list, so here we go:
If you want to check out the Microsoft Ignite 2018 Recap video from Flow Evangelist Jon Levesque Click on the Image below:
ON TO THE SESSIONS!
Satya in the Vision Keynote
Join us to kick off Microsoft Ignite & Microsoft Envision at the Vision Keynote, where Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella takes the stage and highlights the need of Tech Intensity and outline Microsoft’s company strategy to empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more.
James Philips and Alysa Taylor – Powering Digital Transformation with Business Applications
Businesses need software driven by data and powered by AI and cognitive services to help them fundamentally reimagine how they engage customers, empower employees, transform operations, and reimagine products and services. Join James Phillips and Alysa Taylor to hear how intelligent business applications from Microsoft work together seamlessly on a connected data platform threaded with intelligence and leverage the power of the complete Microsoft cloud. Be the first to see the October 2018 release of Dynamics 365 and the Power platform, including the use of AI, mixed reality, security, and compliance. Learn how to integrate new technology with existing systems to transform customer experiences with the flexibility to rapidly innovate.
Microsoft PowerApps, Power BI, and Flow: Power platform Vision & Roadmap
Turn insight into action when you build business apps with PowerApps, Microsoft Power BI, and Microsoft Flow. This session gives you an overview of the power platform and how you can empower everyone to build apps that transform your business. We cover what we have in market today along with our roadmap and vision for the future.
Microsoft Flow Product Team Sessions
Microsoft Flow: Modernizing SharePoint Designer workflows with Microsoft Flow and approvals
This session will take a deep dive into how you can modernize and enhance SharePoint Designer workflows with Microsoft Flow and approvals. Well take an up-close look at Microsoft Flow capabilities and how they map to SharePoint workflows, showcase real-life customer scenarios on Microsoft Flow, and discuss where the Flow + SharePoint integration is headed.
Microsoft Flow: Digitally transform your business
Microsoft is modernizing business processes across productivity and business applications and now it's easier for every business to transform the way they work. Microsoft Flow is Microsofts workflow and business process management platform. It is the connective glue that helps end-users and developers alike for digital transformation, no matter what application they are using. In this session we cover this vision in detail, both in terms of what is available today, and a roadmap of what is coming in the future.
Microsoft Flow and PowerApps: Advanced workflow and business process management
Get a deep look into advanced techniques and expressions used to build complex and robust workflows with Microsoft Flow. This intermediate session will cover a number of topics such as error handling, working with complex types and lists, and looping. Finally, discover how you can take it up to Azure Logic Apps when it makes sense.
Design and automate business workflows using Excel, Microsoft Flow, and Visio
Microsoft Visio, the leading diagramming application, enables enterprises to capture their business processes using its rich modelling capabilities. Create process diagrams from data or draw them on canvas and with a single click export the workflow to Microsoft Flow and automate it. With Visios sharing and commenting capabilities, collaborate with multiple stakeholders and arrive at a complete workflow in little time.
Microsoft Flow: Build a workflow in 10 minutes
See how we build a workflow in 10 minutes and take advantage of key capabilities of Microsoft Flow, including virtual buttons, integration with Azure Cognitive Services, and more. Learn how you can build a solution in minutes that wouldn?t have been possible just a few years ago.
Sessions common to both PowerApps and Microsoft Flow
PowerApps and Microsoft Flow: Best Practices for managing these two applications
As your company's adoption of PowerApps, Microsoft Flow and Common Data Service for Apps grows, so does your need?to protect your company's data, control access and monitor usage. In this presentation targeted at central IT, departmental and team admins, learn best practices for managing PowerApps and Microsoft Flow in your organization.?Also discover our roadmap for administrative capabilities.
Microsoft Flow and PowerApps: How pros extend the Power platform with custom logic, connectors, controls, and more
PowerApps and Microsoft Flow make it possible to quickly customize Microsoft Office 365, Dynamics 365, and standalone apps without writing code ? but that doesn?t mean you?re limited to point and click. Learn how to go beyond the tooling to solve more sophisticated scenarios and empower citizen developers at every step of app development: build custom connectors to integrate directly with your own services; extend the server-side logic of the Common Data Service with code plugins, web hooks, and more; extend the user experience of model-driven apps with web resources and the new PowerApps Control Framework.
Microsoft Power BI, Flow, and PowerApps: Connecting to data using the on-premises data gateway
The on-premises data gateway enables hybrid connectivity to on-premises data sources from a wide range of Microsoft services, including Power BI, PowerApps, Logic Apps, Microsoft Flow, Azure Analysis Services and Power Query Online. In this session we will provide an overview of the on-premises data gateway and tips and tricks for how to effectively use, troubleshoot and manage your gateways. We will also show demos of recently released Gateway capabilities as well as a sneak preview of features coming over the next few months.
Office 365 business apps (SharePoint, PowerApps, Flow, forms): What's new and what's coming
No-code and low-code applications have been essential tools in Microsoft SharePoint for a long time, but we?ve added many other new tools to your palette. We review the roadmap and best practices in our platform for creating business apps solutions (lists, Microsoft PowerApps, forms, Microsoft Flow). We also discuss the patterns to help transform customer solutions that still remain on premises and/or in legacy tool sets like InfoPath, SharePoint Designer or Access web apps.
Microsoft Flow and PowerApps: Microsoft Power platform app in a day
This day has it all, with two tracks running in parallel; from introductory to intermediate app building. The introductory track is an all-day hands-on lab that walks through: building a canvas-based PowerApp and a model-based PowerApp; creating and writing to a Common Data Service entity; and building a Microsoft Flow for approvals. In the intermediate/advanced track, a series of challenges are handed out that you can solve at your own pace. Proctors and product team experts guide the lab and are available to provide help.
Microsoft Flow Sessions from the community and MVPs
Level up the day-to-day business with Microsoft Flow
Microsoft Flow is a service for automating workflow across the growing number of apps and SaaS services business users rely on that connect to data and work cross platform, and it?s sitting at the heart of the business process transformation in the modern workplace. Microsoft is investing enormously into Flow, making it the first inline tool for digital transformation and modernizing workplaces. Flow now has seamless integration and connectivity with the other stack of tools and services, whether they are from Microsoft or not, making it a vital tool for customizing and digitizing your modern workplace. Explore modern business applications using Microsoft Flow along with practical demos, the latest announcements, and updates.
Microsoft Flow: Energize your application developments by using Microsoft Flow
Microsoft Flow can be seen as a tool for power users but it can also be used by developers. This session illustrates how Flow is becoming an essential tool for developers by allowing them to shorten their development lifecycle and how they can extend existing applications in order to leverage tons of new features that Flow provides out of the box. See how to extend Flow by using the Microsoft Graph and by calling Azure functions, by creating custom connectors, how to implement advanced Flow approvals from your application, JSON and Flow, the new Common Data Services 2.0 integration, how to optimize your flow performance, how to make services flow and much more. Several patterns are also described.
Microsoft Azure Logic Apps vs. Microsoft Flow: When, how, and where
Logic Apps is an Azure cloud-based service that enables us to develop and deliver integration solutions with ease. It also helps us build, schedule, and automate processes as workflows so we can integrate apps, data, systems, and services across enterprises or organizations. However, Microsoft Flow is a SaaS offering, for automating workflows across the growing number of applications and SaaS services that business users rely on. We will help you chose the right product given that Flow was built using Logic Apps itself. We will illustrate the similarities between Logic Apps and Flow, and define the differences on the Whens, Hows and Wheres.
Quick wins are the new currency in Microsoft 365
By focusing on solving small problems that affect all users, you will not only save time and money, but more importantly, change negative users into positive evangelists. In this session Tracy and Loryan provide examples on how to use Microsoft Flow together with Teams, Planner, OneNote, OneDrive, SharePoint, Forms, Kaizala, and Outlook to truly realize business value. Scenarios covered include: ? Bringing communication methods together ? Managing your contacts, leads, and ideas ? Automating mundane tasks to save lots of time Once you understand how all the apps and services can work together to help you reach your full potential, you will wonder how you ever managed before.
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Creating a custom Microsoft Flow Template gallery in SharePoint
Microsoft Flow comes with an array of templates that give you a jumpstart on workflow creation. You can create templates that use connectors to your organization's systems, including custom connectors for line-of-business applications. But how do you recommend specific flows for your users when there are hundreds in the Microsoft Flow template gallery? How do you enable sharing of flow templates customized for your business? Learn how to build a custom flow template gallery for your organization in SharePoint that will: – Enable your users to get started quickly with workflow creation – Provide a community space where users can share workflow knowledge, how-to videos, etc. – Enable the management and publishing of your users' templates
Special Thanks to Pratap Ladhani from the Customer Success team for putting most of this information together on the PowerApps Blog