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MikeU1
Advocate I
Advocate I

Communities are no substitute for proper documentation!

It seems that Microsoft has decided that if they offer communities, then they don't have to write documentation any more.  Nothing could be farther from the truth!  There are countless Flow forms and screens that lack basic documentation and which are therefore rendered useless.  The majority of community threads are dead ends that do not answer my question and only waste my time.  Microsoft MUST offer something that falls somewhere between communities and premium support.  When you can't find basic help on a standard Flow screen, there is something wrong.  Even today I am dead in the water because I cannot find any information on how to use a standard Flow screen to configure my flow.

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neeraj_bharati
Advocate II
Advocate II

Agree. There is lot missing at this time.

v-yuazh-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @MikeU1,

 

Do you want the microsoft to offer documentation about how to create a flow?

 

The documentation about microsoft flow is offered, and you could refer to link below to learn it:

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/flow/

 

If the documentation don't contain any information you need, you could submit an ideal to Flow Ideas Forum,

so it might be considered for future releases:

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Flow-Ideas/idb-p/FlowIdeas

 

 

Best regards,

Alice

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