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Experience the refreshed Power Automate mobile app for iOS – now generally available!

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Introducing the newest version of the Power Automate iOS mobile app.

Power Automate for desktop – July 2022 update

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Power Automate for desktop comes with new additions in July 2022 release, including the preview of supporting UI automation in Citrix and RDP environments and the introduction of datatable actions.

Beginner | Flow of the Week: Ditch the business card, use Flow!

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Today’s Flow of the Week is originally authored by Jon Levesque. In this tutorial, he walks us through why he ditched the paper business card and how he uses a Microsoft Flow to stay connected with new people in this digital age. Our Flow staff are constantly innovating on how they use Flow to solve their own business needs. We are so excited for opportunities like this to share their creative work with the larger Flow community!

Advanced | Flow of the Week: Get an email with the members of your Office 365 groups

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In this Flow of the Week, learn about how to work with Office 365 Groups and Office 365 Users. This flow will get all of the members of an Office 365 Group you own and send you an email report with those members (with details about each member). It will demonstrate a few advanced concepts like appending to variables , building an HTML email and using nested Apply to each.

Webinar 2/8: Intermediate | The one-stop-shop solution for social networking using PowerApps and Microsoft Flow by Daniel Christian

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Just getting in your groove with Microsoft Flow? Well, this webinar is for you – we’re thrilled to feature guest speaker Daniel Christian to talk about how he uses fundamental features from Flow and PowerApps to create a one-top-shop solution for social networking. Join us LIVE this Thurs 2/8 @ 10:00AM PST!

Beginner | Flow of the Week: Sending Valentines via Flow

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Hello Flow Fans! Happy Valentines Day! I am here today with a quick and easy blog post to teach you how to use Flow to take your Valentines Day note sending to an automated level! I was thinking, do I really want to go through the hassle of buying cards, filling them out, licking a bunch of envelopes and then hunting down my targeted valentine receivers?! Not really! And so this year, I am going to build myself the “Flow Button Valentine Generator 3000” – The ultimate valentine sharing machine – and then share it with you!

Gateway High Availability and increased limits for Apply to each

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You can now create highly available clusters of On-Premises Data Gateways, to ensure your organization can always access on-premises data used in Flow, and not be tied to a single machine that may go down. Additionally, we are improving Apply to each to be able to process up to 100,000 items in a single flow run and up to 50 items in parallel.

Beginner | Flow of the Week: Using Forms with Flow to Automate Onboarding

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Hey Flow users! I am your Flow Community Manager, Gabriel! It’s great to finally make my way onto the Official Flow Product Blog page for a special Flow of the Week article! I’ll show you how I use Flow to help organize and automate my Microsoft Flow Community Blog author onboarding process! Enjoy!

Introducing Microsoft Flow integration in Excel

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Flow is now integrated into Microsoft Excel! With this integration that uses the For a selected row trigger and the Flow launch panel, you can create and trigger on-demand flows for selected rows in any Excel table on spreadsheets hosted in SharePoint or OneDrive for Business. The Microsoft Flow for Excel add-in enables you to connect your data to a wide range of services such as SharePoint, Outlook 365, Dynamics 365, Teams, Visual Studio Online, Twitter, Approvals, etc. In this post, we’ll walk you through this new capability with a hands-on example.

Advanced | Flow of the Week: When a new item is created, automatically populate a SharePoint lookup column calculated field

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This post will show how to automatically calculate and update a column in a SharePoint list when an item is created or modified. It’s common practice in SharePoint to use lookup columns to manage…

New this week: Design Your Own Swag t-shirt contest!

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We want to help you dress for success! Some of our product t-shirts in the past have reached legendary status — everyone loves the “I’ve Got the Power BI” shirt! — and now we want to have your snazzy or crazy t-shirt ideas reach new heights at the 2017 Data Insights Summit, held June 12 – 13 in Seattle, WA. That’s why we’re holding a Design Your Own Swag t-shirt competition this week in the Flow Community.

Create your custom integrations in Microsoft Flow using our new and improved Custom API experience

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This week we have new functionality to make it easier to integrate your services with Custom APIs using simple easy to use UI components. This blog post aims to teach you how to use a Postman collection to create a Custom API, edit, add and test actions. We are also announcing support for two new services: PowerApps Notifications and PivotalTracker.

The Power of SharePoint

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Do you have SharePoint Online and want to better automate and streamline your business processes? Have you heard of PowerApps, Microsoft Flow, or Power BI, but you’re not sure how to use them with SharePoint Online? You’ve come to the right place!

Flow of the Week: Schedule tweets from a SharePoint list

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Use the scheduling capabilities of Microsoft Flow to have schedule posts to happen in the near future. In this Flow of the Week we will show how you can save scheduled tweets to a SharePoint list and have them posted to Twitter exactly when you want. See the template here.

Flow of the Week: Remind you to post to your blog if you don’t post in 10 days

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This week we would like to highlight a scenario brought to us by Thaigo Passos on his blog. You can build a flow that will send out a daily reminder if you haven’t posted on your blog in the last 10 days. This will help you to keep up on posting to your blog.

Connecting Flow to the real world – Flows can now be triggered directly from physical buttons

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Today I’m happy to introduce a highly-anticipated milestone: Flow users can now trigger their workflows using physical buttons. This capability comes as a first step of connecting Flow to the real world, to enable leveraging Microsoft Flow for so many more business scenarios. The breadth of services which Flow can connect to, and the depth of Flow logic you can apply – all behind a physical button! Need a simple way to order more inventory in a production floor? to call Tech support in a conference room? to track your consulting work hours for various companies? Just push the button. Microsoft is delivering these capabilities through partnerships with two of the leading products in the physical button space, each with its strong and unique business value: Flic by Shortcut Labs, and Bttn by The Button Corporation.

Introducing Microsoft Flow integration for SharePoint Document Libraries

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Flow is now integrated into SharePoint document libraries! Using the integration, you can select any file in a document library and send it to your manager for approval, ask for feedback over email or Yammer, and even add a reminder in Outlook Tasks, Wunderlist, or Trello.

Boost Operational Responsiveness with Microsoft Flow and Nexmo

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What’s the best way to notify stakeholders when a business item needs immediate attention? Is it an email marked as high priority? A push notification from a mobile app? A direct message in Slack? All are perfectly viable business communication channels, but if those stakeholders are like most people, none will get their attention as consistently as SMS text messages. Studies from SinglePoint and mobileSQUARED have shown SMS open rates in the range of 97-99%, which dwarfs the open rate of any other communications channel. With the messaging capabilities now available in Microsoft Flow from Nexmo, the Vonage API Platform, you can make sure all important business notifications are delivered via SMS or text-to-speech messages. Augmenting your existing notifications with ad hoc, custom SMS alerts—or creating entirely new ones—will ensure nothing important falls through the cracks. Learn more in this post!

Advanced | Flow of the Week: Get a daily email with the top failures captured in Application Insights

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Today, i would like to show you how to address an issue which has been surfaced by one of our partners. As the Application Insights team recently shared with us, one of the most common questions from their users is: “How do I get periodic emails with the results of an Analytics query? “. Let’s build a flow which does precisely that. There is now a very simple answer for this, thanks to the new Azure Application Insights connector which was recently introduced.

Flow of the Week: Show real-time weather data in Power BI

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See how to use the new integration between Microsoft Flow and Power BI to stream data directly into a Power BI dashboard from a flow. In this example we will demonstrate displaying real-time weather data on a Power BI dashboard.

Run scheduled triggers on-demand and six more services to use

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You can now fire off a recurring trigger on demand – for example, if you have a scheduled report every day, but you need the report to run now. We are also announcing support for MSN Weather, Medium, Google Contacts, Buffer, Harvest and TypeForm.

Flow of the week: Streamline document signing and on-boarding processes

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Learn how to automate your document signing and personnel onboarding processes. Cut out the busy-work in just a few simple steps by using Flow.

Flow of the Week: Streamline approvals by sending files with approval requests.

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Create a flow in a few simple steps that makes approving files and managing project assets easy.

Participate in User Research – Help Shape the Future of Microsoft Flow

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Please help us shape the future of Microsoft Flow by giving us feedback about your current experiences in this survey: http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/2988749/2b68891bffa4

Microsoft PowerApps and Flow presence at Microsoft Ignite 2016

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There are several sessions planned in Microsoft Ignite 2016 for Microsoft PowerApps & Flow. Several members from the PowerApps and Flow engineering team are participating in Ignite 2016 this year. This blog lists all the Sessions where PowerApps and Flow will be presented and also the opportunities for customers and partners to interact with the team.