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We are happy to announce that as part of the October 2023 release of the on-premises data gateway, we are adding support for NCo 3.1. This means that you can now use the latest version of the SAP Connector for Microsoft .NET to connect to your SAP systems from Power Automate, Power Apps, Power BI, and Azure Logic Apps.
Keep track of the latest data breaches using this easy to use template from Microsoft Flow.
We had our second Microsoft Flow webinar on May 17th at 8AM PDT on custom APIs, debugging flows, and flows with conditions and recurrence. Go here to watch the recording.
In this post, you can learn how to work with triggers when there is no built-in triggers available for a service, and how to set up a connection to Twilio. This blog post is intended for advanced developer audience.
The Microsoft Flow Conference 2019 Content is Available on-demand! Check it out and connect with all of the presenters!
The July On-premises Gateway release requires a new version of the .NET framework.
Hey Flow Fans! The Microsoft Flow USER GROUPS Have officially launched! Get signed up to participate in a group, or be a real ROCK STAR and Lead One! More information inside!
Microsoft Flow Introduction – This is a 100 level introduction to The Microsoft Flow website, learning materials, and ways to find help. Share this video with coworkers and friends that you think could benefit from Flow as a great 1st step for them to understand the ecosystem and tools! Also, this post will be a great spot to ask those entry level questions relating to the Microsoft Flow Intro.
Automate Citrix remote apps and remote desktops with the July 2020 update to UI flows in Power AutomateBlog
We are happy to announce that Citrix Workspace users can now test in Public Preview our new feature which will allow you to record and playback actions from your Citrix remote applications and desktop.
The addition of the new “Run script” action to the Excel connector dramatically expands its applications and capabilities, far beyond what was previously possible.
We are excited to announce that the June release brings support for multi-user sessions for Windows Server. This will allow you to run multiple UI Flows in parallel on a single Windows Server machine.
Object variables can be used to provide “lookup table” functionality to Flows that need to initialize sets of variables together. The coalesce function can help with “fallback” or default behavior for keys that aren’t found in the table. This Flow of the Week will show how to use this technique to select sets of localized strings for use in easily generating emails in different languages from a single Flow.
As the Flow Community Manager, AT Chang manages, schedules and publishes lots of written content for the Flow community. To keep publications on schedule, she organizes all her written publication requests in a SharePoint list. Follow along as she takes basic Flow functions like moving items from one SharePoint list to another, boolean conditions, and starting approvals to an intermediate level that allows her to keep her SharePoint list of upcoming publish items fresh by archiving all items that have been completed/published.
SharePoint hub sites help you meet the needs of your organization by connecting and organizing sites based on a project, department, and more. SharePoint site owners can now be prompted to create and run an approval process whenever they want to join a SharePoint Hub site in their organization.
We are releasing the ability to pass files from a connector action to the Approvals action step, so that you can enjoy the peace of mind that comes with sharing just enough information that’s needed.
The Microsoft Flow Conference is back for 2019 and would love to have you join us as a speaker! Click the link to read more and to propose your sessions!
Have you ever missed an important meeting because it was before your normal work hours? Learn how to get reminder emails for early meetings using Microsoft Flow, and get a crash course in the joy of time zones at the same time.
There are new on-premises data gateway management features in the Power platform admin center (Public Preview). These include visibility to personal gateways and ability to manage gateway installers within an organization.
There are now a number of new features available in the Common Data Service (current environment) connector that bring automated flows closer to parity with the classic Common Data Service workflows – and in some cases, bring new functionality that was never possible with classic workflows, such as working with the new image and file data types.
We recently added support for Active Directory authentication in the SQL Server connector. This has been one of the most requested feedback from our customers. In this post, I want to give an overview of how you can use this feature.
Today we’re announcing the preview of UI flows, which adds robotic process automation (RPA) capabilities to Microsoft Power Automate (previously Microsoft Flow).
This week, we’re excited to announce the Microsoft Teams connector for Flow. Microsoft Teams is a chat-based workspace in Office 365 that bring together people, conversations and content – along with the tools that teams need, so they can easily collaborate to achieve more.
In Sweden there is a company called Hemglass that delivers ice cream to people’s homes in refrigerated vans. We are going to enter this market and try to beat them at their own game and for that we are going to use Microsoft Flow and Power BI. Using Flow, every morning we will collect the weather forecast and send it to our drivers using Office 365, so they know how much they should stock on their vans. We will also send the data to Power BI so we can store it in our records. We can, after a while, compare the weather data with the sales in our vans and develop a more accurate stock strategy.
In a previous blog, we saw how the Microsoft Flow team tracks Flow portal and backend deployments as they get deployed across regions. While knowing which builds are deployed to which region helps during a live site investigation, an equal if not more important piece of information is knowing what changes were deployed as part of a build. Knowing what changes comprise a build and where it is deployed helps assess the impact of a live site incident and take corrective actions accordingly. In this Flow of the Week, we’re developing an end-to-end deployment e-mail notification system and also generating Power BI-based change tracking report without writing a single line of code.
This week for the Flow of The Week I want to share one with you that came from an App in a day training we had in Las Vegas before the Ready conference. In that demo I showed how a Flic physical button could be used to alert Warehouse team members when a delivery arrived. And in this blog, I expand on the use case to make it even more useful