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We had a dozen sessions at Microsoft Ignite, and the videos are now available for you to watch on-demand, including an introduction to Microsoft Flow, comparing Microsoft Flow to SharePoint workflows, and a deep dive on using expressions.
This week we are announcing two new premium connectors – Workday HCM – which contains operations that expose Workday Human Capital Management Business Services data, including Employee, Contingent Worker and Organization information, and, ServiceNow – create, read and update records stored within ServiceNow including Incidents, Questions, Users and more. In addition, we are releasing two other partner connectors and a new Productivity template collection.
Learn how to extend workflows and business apps, by connecting to your on-premise RESTful APIs using the custom connector platform and on-premises data gateway.
Advanced | Flow of the Week: Selective calendar event sync using Condition advanced editor mode and Boolean expressionsBlog
Some of the most popular Flow templates sync calendar events from one service to another (Office 365 to Google, Google to Office 365). I’ve found these useful, but I don’t want all events synced. In this post I’ll show how to use the Flow designer to write more complex Boolean logic in the “Condition” card’s advanced editor. This Boolean logic will help my Flow select only the events I care about syncing (using the body, subject, and/or time of the event). Along the way I’ll show how to use other Flow features like the “Control” connector to terminate a Flow run, datetime manipulation and formatting, and preventing infinite loops.
Flow is now integrated into OneDrive for Business! Using the integration, you can select any file and convert it to PDF, send it to your manager for approval, ask for feedback over email, or post to Teams. Learn more about this new integration and other new OneDrive for Business capabilities.
Azure cognitive services language understanding intelligent service (LUIS) lets you understand language contextually, so your apps communicate with people in the way they speak. With Flow and LUIS integration, you can design your Flow to execute a set of actions when the desired intent is detected. This post walks you through setting up a Flow to automatically create a calendar entry when your team requests a meeting on Yammer.
Automate moderation of Disqus channels and comments in minutes using this easy to setup template.
Featuring a guest post from Ryan Schouten, who is going to show you how you can post a messages to your Microsoft Team channel using a simple flow.
We are pleased to announce the first Ask Microsoft Anything (AMA) on the Microsoft Flow Community! This is your opportunity to ask questions and share feedback directly with the Flow product team. The AMA will take place in the Flow Community AMA board on Thursday, February 2, 2017 from 10:00am to 11:00am PST.
The Microsoft Flow Community was created as a place for Flow users to learn and interact together, and so today we’re happy to announce the official launch of our latest feature: the Flow Community Blog. The blog is your platform to share knowledge with peers, industry experts, and us here at Microsoft. We want to hear what’s got you thinking about Microsoft Flow and workflow automation!
In this walkthrough, Troy Hunt, Microsoft Regional Director and MVP, shows how he used Microsoft Flow to automate PayPal donation processing, including individually thanking each donator with a personal email. This post is reprinted from Troy’s professional blog.
Intermediate | Flow of the Week: Use Microsoft Flow to Convert, Merge, Watermark, Secure, and OCR filesBlog
Learn how to convert, merge, watermark, secure and OCR your files automatically using the power of Microsoft Flow and PDF Converter Services by Muhimbi.
Power Automate UI Flows January 2020 update is now available focusing on reliability improvements.
For this Flow of the Week learn from one of the Microsoft Flow Software engineers, Taylor Cambre as he teaches you how to do APPROVALS BY MAJORITY which is not a native feature in Flow but something that is OFTEN asked for! Come and check out his technique, learn a new skill and leave him a comment or question!
Ever wanted to meet the people behind Microsoft Flow? Now’s your chance – you can now catch up on the Flow Team Hangout Chat from 4/27/18 on-demand on our Flow Community Webinars & Video Gallery. Hangout guests featured: Anh-Thu Chang (Flow Community Manager), Anjli Chaudhry (Principal Program Manager), Jon Levesque (Senior Program Manager), Kent Weare (Principal Program Manager), Merwan Hade (Senior Program Manager), Stephen Siciliano (Principal Group PM Manager), and Sunay Vaishnav (Senior Program Manager). Watch now.
In this flow of the week come see how we manage the flow of the week using Microsoft Flow… Wow , that’s a tongue twister. Come and learn how to automate email follow ups based on SharePoint list entries… There that’s better! Come learn about using the compose action, the Delay until, and then obviously some SharePoint and Outlook as well. Its a quick and easy Flow that packs a solid punch! Oh, and there’s a video if you prefer!
Hey Flow Fans! Have you wanted to send automated PR Reminders out to your team? Look no further and follow along as Jyoti, one of the Microsoft Flow Engineers guides you through creating the Flow!
This August, we released new calendar templates that copy events between Google Calendar and Office 365 or Outlook.com. Second, we now support read and write for multiple-value fields in SharePoint that are Choice, Person or Lookup types. Third, you can now send approvals on behalf of other users in your organization – for example, the person who uploaded the file in the SharePoint list, instead of the person who created the flow. Fourth, buttons have two new input types: Number and Yes/No. Finally, there are improvements to several connectors.
In a recent announcement, Microsoft shared news about a new Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) capability for PowerApps and Microsoft Flow. This new capability is built upon the Common Data Service solution system. In this blog post, we will share details about how Microsoft Flow makers can use Solutions to bundle related flows (and apps) within a single deployable unit.
Use a new advanced condition builder to have conditional logic based on And / Or statements in a flow. Peek into the JSON code of actions in the Microsoft Flow designer. There is a new feature built-in to SharePoint: if a list or library has a date/time column, Microsoft Flow can be used to set up alerts based on upcoming dates. Finally, there are two new connectors: Microsoft Graph Security and XooaDB.
We have recently shipped a new version of the Flow Mobile application for Apple IOS and Android that supports Microsoft Application Management (MAM) support without device enrollment. Using MAM allows IT administrators to create an enforce mobile data policies to safeguard company data.
Microsoft Flow now has a certified partner program to make connections, and take advantage of different company’s talents and experience with Microsoft Flow around the world. We are also releasing six new services this week: Asana, Campfire, EasyRedmine, JIRA, Redmine, and Vimeo.
Coming by the end of the month are some more new features, including: a Microsoft Graph people picker, Microsoft Dynamics AX Online support, and two new services from partners: Insightly and appFigures.
Microsoft Flow can accelerate your business so you spend less time on mundane, repetitive tasks, and more time on what you want to do. Today we are announcing the Microsoft Flow preview is now completely open to anyone, including those of you who don’t have a work or school email address. Take a couple minutes today to sign up for free at flow.microsoft.com.
This year there were three sessions at Microsoft Inspire that covered Microsoft Flow, along with related products like Microsoft PowerApps. You can check out recordings of the sessions here.