Microsoft Flow October 2018 Update: integrations with Office 365, the platform and more!

Microsoft Flow offers rich workflow and business process capabilities for the Microsoft Power platform, and for the Dynamics 365 and Office 365 services that build on that platform. This October, Microsoft Flow is doubling down on the platform integration by releasing key capabilities that enhance the power of all the above products.

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Catch ALL The Microsoft Flow Conference Sessions ON-DEMAND!

Hello Flow Fans! The Microsoft Flow Conference was an amazing event, full of useful demos, great humor and MOUNTAINS of valuable information! We had 16 sessions ranging from beginner to intermediate all the way to into advanced techniques. We also had sessions that focused on the community, on real world scenarios and even about non-connected …

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Filter resources in the Flow portal, SharePoint page approvals, and two new connectors

The pages in the Flow portal, including the flow list, now support filtering to find items in the grid. You can now create a page approval flow for SharePoint libraries to add a Flow-driven review process for all new and updated pages. This week there is also two new connectors: Acumatica and Plumsail HelpDesk.

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December updates for Microsoft Flow

This month we have a number of great updates for Microsoft Flow. First, we now clear notifications in the notification center once you have viewed any failures. Flow has documented its Web APIs; for example, you can now programmatically create, share, or delete flows. Flow makers now have more control over the inputs that buttons take, and a new support experience will make it easy to find solutions to issues in the Microsoft Flow portal, without having to open a support ticket. Finally, there are eight new connectors this month including Microsoft Cloud App Security, Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP), and six partner connectors.

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Microsoft Business Applications Summit is back – join us June 10-11, 2019 in Atlanta!

Connect with experts, collaborate with your community and maximize learning opportunities at Microsoft Business Applications Summit, returning June 10-11, 2019 in Atlanta, GA. This is the premier place for power users, analysts and technical architects to get hands-on with the tools you use every day. Registration is open – don’t miss it!

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Beginner | Flow of The Week: Create and manage a request backlog with Microsoft Flow

You start your day with an idea of what you want to accomplish. It might be deals closed, requests fulfilled or progress on a project. But if you’re anything like me, you’re getting a steady stream of requests that threaten to derail your progress and put your goals at risk. You and your team need focus, but how can you respect and fulfill these requests while staying focused on providing the most value?

Enter Microsoft Flow, which is capable of creating a request engine to take in the most relevant information using Microsoft Forms and then adding cards to a Planner backlog.

Since there isn’t a one-size solution for everyone, there are a few different variations to try out! Let me show you how to clear away the disruptive request cycle and stay focused on the most important things using Microsoft Flow.

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