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Learn about a flow that the Flow team uses to follow-up on user feedback. A bug is automatically created in Visual Studio for every user comment that is tagged with ‘Open Bug’. This ensures that feedback isn’t lost and is tracked in Visual Studio for an engineer to begin investigation.
In February we passed 300 connectors — including the new SAP ERP connector. Since then, we’ve added 15 new connectors from many different partners. Moreover, you can use Azure AD authentication for Azure SQL Databases — providing significant security benefits for Power Automate authors and users. This feature enables each user to connect to a SQL Azure database with their own credentials.
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.
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.
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.
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!
The July On-premises Gateway release requires a new version of the .NET framework.
OneDrive for Business now features an embedded request sign-off experience similar to SharePoint, and a new Copy as a PDF template.
Check out the recordings of our sessions from Ignite 2016, including a session on building business applications with Power Apps, Microsoft Flow and Office 365, and a session that’s a Deep Dive into Microsoft Flow.
In the past two weeks we’ve added support for API Key and generic OAuth 2.0 for Custom APIs, three new services: Basecamp 3, Blogger, and PagerDuty, and other new features in the designer.
Create a flow in two simple steps that makes it a breeze to handle receipts from your phone and get them to an approver.
Keep track of the latest data breaches using this easy to use template from Microsoft Flow.
There are a number of updates this week. Now, it’s easy to publish your flows to the public template gallery and add categories to them. The Office 365 Outlook and Outlook.com connectors have new operations for getting the upcoming events on your calendar. You can run scheduled flows with a single tap on the Flow mobile app, and resubmit your failed flows. Finally, there are several new features in the custom connector experience: create polling triggers, dynamic dropdowns, and test operations inline.
If you’re going to be late to a meeting, tap this button flow. It will send you an approval notification telling you who is at your next meeting. Approving will email all of those people that you’ll be late, or, rejecting will do nothing. You can even provide comments in the approval, and they will be included in the email.
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
This week we want to highlight a Flow that lets you constantly check traffic conditions and notify you on the best time to start your commute. Simply open the Flow mobile app, press the button, and specify the travel time you want to target. The Flow will notify you as soon as traffic drops to below the threshold.
With Button flows gaining popularity, we want to make sure you’re getting the most out of it. You can now leverage valuable information when triggering a button flow, such as Where this button was triggered from, by whom, at what time, and more.
A common question we get from Flow creators is how to calculate a running total or sum across a collection. This post will walk Flow authors through tracking running totals across an Apply To Each loop as well as storing complex objects in variables and referencing their properties in expressions.
It’s the final day to submit your fun and functional t-shirt ideas to the Design Your Own Swag contest! You can still Kudo your favorite t-shirt designs until April 13, 2017. The designs with the most Kudos and Twitter likes will be reviewed by a final judging panel, and their selections will be printed for the Data Insights Summit on June 12 – 13, 2017, and given away as part of Flow community events over the next year.
The Microsoft Flow Windows Phone App Beta is now available for download! You can join our beta program today to get a preview of the app on your Windows Phone.
Your feedback is important to us! Join our user research panel to give your feedback to our UX research team and help design the future of Microsoft Flow.
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.
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.
Microsoft Flow has added so many new services (now 90) that it could be hard to find the trigger or action you want. To help, we added browsing by service when you add a trigger or action — so you can see all the actions for each service. Next, inside of the Flow designer you can add Switch blocks to have several branches of parallel logic. We also are adding new functionality in the Office 365 Outlook and Outlook.com services to work with flagged mails, and are adding support to connect to Local or Network File Systems, the payment service Stripe, Informix, DB2 and UserVoice.
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.