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Eleven new connectors have made their way to Power Automate in February, ranging in functionality from security, form management, and more! Check in to see what these connectors can offer.
Power Automate Desktop comes with new updates in February 2021 release, including configuration improvements for various actions and running a flow from an intermediate step in the designer.
Learn how to trigger flows from any Power BI report using the new Power Automate visual for Power BI and the Power BI button clicked trigger.
The Desktop flow Analytics dashboard is a starter template that can be used to monitor desktop flow run logs and to identify the usage and performance of actions.
This new capability allows cloud flow authors to efficiently identify and troubleshoot flows by being able to view flow’s trigger details in Flow Runs view.
It’s now easier than ever to use WinAutomation from Power Automate, using the new action in UI flows to trigger a WinAutomation process.
You can now change the owner of a solution flow from Power Automate portal. This feature enables owners, co-owners, and admins to change the owner of a solution flow to enable business continuity when the original owner switches teams or leaves the organization
Learn about Power Automate integration with Dataverse for Teams.
Between July 18 and July 20, 2022, Power Automate Ideas will migrate to a brand-new community platform powered by Dynamics 365 Customer Service Community.
For the second consecutive year, Microsoft Power Automate has been named a Leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Robotic Process Automation.
Earlier this year, we released for public preview Export to Flow, a new, efficient way for you to design easily digestible business workflows in Visio and export them to Microsoft Flow for automation in just a few steps. The feature was only available for Office Insiders—until now. Export to Flow is now generally available to all Visio Plan 2 users through the Visio desktop app.
This week you may have noticed that some parts of the Microsoft Flow experience have changed. As a part of the October release, we are overhauling several key aspects of the Microsoft Flow portal and designer experiences to make it easier to navigate and find actions.
Learn everything you ever wanted to know about Microsoft Flow directly from the team that builds it — and meet other Flow users — at the first conference to feature entire tracks dedicated to Flow. The Microsoft Business Application Summit will be held on July 22-24 in Seattle, and you can sign up today. We’re looking forward to seeing you there – register now!
Time is running out! Join our community, partners, and experts at Microsoft Business Applications Summit, July 22-24 in Seattle. We will have 34 different Microsoft Flow sessions, so this is our biggest event ever – register today!
This week we are announcing even more features that will make it possible to build more robust business processes inside Microsoft Flow. The first the ability to create “error handling” steps. For example, if you have a workflow that copies important data into your Dynamics 365 instance, you can now get a notification immediately if that copy fails. Second, you can initialize and increment or decrement counters inside of a flow run. Third, flows now have a rich details page that shows you a summary of all the properties of your flow. Also, admins can now monitor flow run usage across an organization against the common company run quota.
We’ve added support for 3 new Google Services: Google Calendar, Google Tasks, and YouTube, as well as an email service SparkPost. In addition, we have made a number of experience improvements in the flow designer, such as rename, a better delay card, an easier-to-use folder browser, and more.
In Q1 of 2017, Microsoft Flow rapidly delivered new functionality and iterated with customers. Today, Microsoft Flow is announcing modernized approval processes for businesses of all sizes, with the ability to create an approval process in seconds using rich templates and a smooth mobile experience for approving or rejecting requests on the go and the ability to surface actions directly in other Microsoft products like Outlook. Collaborative flow creation and management, key for many essential business process, is reaching General Availability today, and much more!
Microsoft Flow now supports DocuSign, to handle eSignatures and Digital Transaction Management, SurveyMonkey, for web-based surveys, and the OneNote note-taking app (business accounts only).
Power Automate for desktop comes with new additions in 2023 February’s release, including the introduction of regions in the designer and the ability to provide valid connections for SharePoint actions upon runtime.
Microsoft Power Automate is pleased to release the Business Leaders’ Guide to Robotic Process Automation (RPA) Migration whitepaper. Read this guide to help you evaluate your existing RPA landscape and develop a migration strategy that works.
We are happy to announce that we have 23 new Independent Publisher connectors that were published in February. Read about the connectors, learn about the talented publishers, and take a look at the connector files!
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!
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!
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.
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.