Microsoft has just announced that Cortana is now supporting IFTTT as well as more new smart home devices from Ecobee, Honeywell and more.
After reading about how to get started with Microsoft Flow, you might have some questions. What do people use these technologies for? How do you create a Microsoft Flow? Here are some answers.
The Microsoft Flow app for Android is now officially available in the Google Play Store without the need to sign up as a beta tester.
The Microsoft Research team is addressing the company's lack of a consumer-facing process automation tool with a new service, Conditional Action Programmer, or CAP for short.
Microsoft launches a mobile app on iOS for its automated workflow service Flow, with an Android version to follow shortly.
IFTTT is a great tool for connecting various services, such as Twitter and OneNote, and automating processes to help you get things done more efficiently.
The origins of Microsoft's newly-minted Flow service and its place in the process automation world is explored.
Microsoft made its PowerApps service available for everyone to create their own business applications; no coding required.
Microsoft is offering its own free process-automation service, similar to Zapier and IFTTT, for Office 365 users called Microsoft Flow.