Microsoft Flow Spring 2018 Update

Today we are announcing a new type of flow: a Business process flow. These flows, based on the Common Data Service for Apps, define a set of steps for people to follow to take them to a desired outcome. We also have a number of new integrations coming, including a Flow add-in for Excel. With this new add-in, you can create or trigger automation on an Excel table with the Flow button the Data tab in the ribbon. Finally, we have several new features coming to help you repair flows and build flow solutions that support full application lifecycle management.

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Introducing "Request sign-off" for SharePoint users, four new connectors and other improvements

When you select a file or item in SharePoint, you’ll see a new Request for sign-off flow. This flow doesn't require any configuration or setup, and sends a sign-off request with a single click. This month we have four new connectors: Cloud Connect Studio, Dynamic Signal, Elastic OCR, and PoliteMail. Also, we have a new video to help explain the key concepts when you build a flow from scratch.

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Announcing our incredible speaker lineup for Microsoft Business Applications Summit, including guest speaker Malcolm Gladwell!

Get ready to connect, collaborate and pack in as much learning as possible at Microsoft Business Applications Summit, this year's event for Microsoft Flow users, July 22-24 in Seattle. We’ve just announced our featured speaker lineup – you won’t want to miss these experts, plus three amazing keynotes, closing with bestselling author, Malcolm Gladwell. Check it out today!

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Microsoft Flow PowerShell Cmdlets, new Flow bot capabilities, a Marketo connector and more!

This week we are excited to share that the Microsoft Flow PowerShell Cmdlets are available -- these allow both Flow Makers, and Tenant Admins, to manage their Flows programmatically. We have also made improvements to the Flow bot inside Microsoft Teams, and, released three new connectors: Marketo, ElasticOCR, and DynamicSignal. Additionally, there are improvements to the Flow user experience: we provide you with additional details when you share (or run shared) flows, and will automatically trim SharePoint URLs you paste into the flow designer.

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Intermediate | Flow of the Week: Automating Change Management Processes

Change Management processes are important to organizations to ensure work is scheduled, prioritized, repeatable and that oversight has been applied. However, a problem may arise if organizations layer too many levels of bureaucracy on top of these processes. But, the good news is that Microsoft Flow can automate many Change Management processes that allow organizations to achieve their Change Management goals, without accruing inefficiencies. In this weeks blog, we take a look at how Change Management notification processes can be streamlined using Microsoft Flow and ServiceNow.

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We want to tell your story!

The Microsoft Flow team wants to showcase your story! Come and fill out our form and tell us YOUR Microsoft Flow Story for a chance to be featured on the customers.microsoft.com page! We cant wait to share all of the cool things that you are doing!

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