Starting this week, Flow users will be able to browse triggers by the service they use, will find it easier to have parallel branches of conditional logic based on a single value, receive a trigger when an email is flagged, flag an email as an action, move emails to other folders, and connect a Local File System or a Network File System.
Flow has also updated with several new premium services which are listed below:
You can now use Stripe from Microsoft Flow. Stripe allows private individuals and businesses to accept payments over the internet. You can track customers, orders, invoices and more.
Microsoft Flow integrates with Informix and DB2 so you can connect to resources stored in IBM Informix or IBM DB2 databases. We support SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE operations.
UserVoice is a product management and customer support tool that allows businesses to build a suggestions portal for their users to submit feature ideas, build a ticketing system for customer support and build articles knowledge base for users.
Are you a Flow user and are you excited by these changes or is there another feature that you would like to see added? Let us know in the comments below.Further reading: Apps, Flow, Microsoft, Windows 10