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Microsoft Ignite 2018 announced Microsoft Learn - a new way to Learn Business Applications!

Microsoft announced a different approach to learning through a new website launched the week of September 24th, 2018 called Microsoft Learn.  At the time of this announcement there are few options for us Flow lovers, but all the training on the Flow website is planned to be migrated into the new Learn site over time.

 

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Microsoft Learn offers many options for Learning Paths - narrowed down by your role.

 

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Hands-On Learning with timed training modules.

 

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Learning for Free - choose Bizapps.

 

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You can refine your Learning Content and filter it down in the Business Applications section and select Flow. There are 3 modules and 1 learning path, but this will grow over time as more content is added. 

 

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The modules are broken down by blocks of time so you can plan your training accordingly. 

 

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The new site will be an incredible resource for all of us as we navigate new ways to use Flow whether we are a beginner, intermediate or expert user or if we are using Flow simply online or on-premises through the Common Data Gateway.  

 

Up your game by visiting Microsoft Learn: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/learn/

 

About the Author
Michelle is an Office 365 solution architect in the Twin Cities, MN. She has been delivering business collaboration solutions for years with her focus on SharePoint and Office 365.  Visit her latest posts:https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/forums/recentpostspage/post-type/message/category-id/FlowCommuni...

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  • Michelle is an Office 365 solution architect in Twin Cities, MN. She has been delivering business collaboration solutions for years with her focus on SharePoint and Office 365. Michelle is a recent board member of the Minnesota Office 365 User Group and has been a member of the SharePoint community since 2009. She is a frequent speaker at MNSPUG and SharePoint Saturday and co-chaired the Legal SharePoint User Group for 4 years. Her most frequent projects have involved rolling out a large deployment of Office 365, SharePoint Online intranet, build of a "CHAMPS" Office 365 user adoption program and most recently, SharePoint On-Premise to Online Migration. Michelle is very excited about cloud technology as it is shifting her IT Pro focus to collaboration strategy and technical adoption.
  • I'm a Microsoft Office Servers and Services MVP with a special interest in SharePoint, Office 365, Microsoft Flow, Microsoft Teams and PowerApps. I work at Triad Group Plc ( https://triad.co.uk)
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