Microsoft Flow added a rich HTML-based text editor to Office 365 Outlook and Outlook.com connectors. As noted in a post on the Flow blog, this editor allows you to change your font, use bold, italic, or underline, as well as change the text color, highlight text, and create lists and hyperlinks in emails. Microsoft noted […]
The Microsoft Flow app for Windows phones has just updated with a host of new improvements and fixes. Some of the biggest changes include the addition of drop-down lists in button creation, the new ability to duplicate flows from within the app, and new share options. Here’s the full release notes: You can now resubmit […]
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The Microsoft Flow app is now available for download in the Windows Store for Windows 10 Mobile Phones which have 2GB or more of RAM
Microsoft has just announced that the second edition of the Data Insights Summit will be held June 12-13 in Seattle, and this year the conference will feature more topics including PowerApps and Microsoft Flow.
For its last update in 2016, Microsoft Flow is adding support for three popular productivity apps including Microsoft’s own OneNote for Office 365 commercial users.
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.
With Microsoft Flow being generally available to all starting today, you may wonder what Microsoft Flow is and how to get started using Microsoft Flow. Similar to IFTTT, Microsoft Flow is a cloud-based service for business users to build workflows that automate time-consuming business tasks and processes across applications and services. Microsoft Flow allows you […]
You can start off your simple or complex task flows through Microsoft Flow easily through the use of premade templates available on the home page.
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.
Microsoft launched the official iOS app for its Flow service a few days ago. Now, it looks like the company has quietly started testing Flow for Android. app: Microsoft Flow for Android https://t.co/lCDZVJlElM — WalkingCat (@h0x0d) July 16, 2016 You can now beta test the company’s Flow app for Android, after WalkingCat discovered the App Store […]
During its time at BizTalk 360, Microsoft made note that due in part to a combination of BizTalk Server and Logic Apps the company can continue to tout its enterprise integration pitch.