This week's article will be full of info about a new Flow Connector. I'll also tell you about the Flow related material that you won't want to miss if you're attending Microsoft Ignite in Orlando. Last but not least, I'll give you more links to some of the great community interactions I've seen throughout my week. I hope you can take away some knowledge or entertainment in this week's article! Enjoy!
If you are attending Ignite 2018, stop by to meet the Business Applications Communities Team in theMicrosoft Showcase Area on Level 2 in the West Hallof the Orange County Convention Center. We'll have a cool lounge area to kick back, relax and connect with other community members! You can also enter in a chance towin a 64 GB Surface Goin a random drawing heldSeptember, 27th at 4:00 PM EST.
Are you trying to add governance and manage change in Office 365? Microsoft has been making headway on giving us the tools to get there like adding a custom administrator Microsoft 365 Message Center reader role and API's. Now the latest announcements will be more efforts in supporting email notifications and other Message Center preferences for customized admin roles. Learn how we can get there collectively together in SharePoint with Microsoft Flow.
Are YOU attending Microsoft Ignite 2018 in Orlando, FL?! It's coming up quick, and if you're lucky enough to have a ticket to the now sold out event, I have information on some exciting sessions that will feature Microsoft Flow! Our favorite Microsoft product! These are sessions you won't want to miss out on!!
Hey Flow Community! This week in Community Corner I'd like to showcase another useful Flow template along with an inside look at what to expect at the Microsoft Ignite Conference later this month in Orlando, FL! Then I'll highlight some more of my favorite interactions from our users this week in Community Roundup!
I can tell you right away that if you're going to be working for Microsoft, you're going to be receiving a LOT of emails and you'd better have a way of keeping track of the really important ones to make sure that they are all being read and addressed properly. There are MANY ways to do this with Microsoft Flow. I'll show you how I make sure that I know every time my boss sends me an email.
This week I'll bring you a brief look at a new Flow template and the spotlight this week will once again be aimed at Community Roundup, a bit where I'll highlight some of the favorite ideas and interactions between Flow Community Members that I've seen within the past week. Hope you enjoy!
Are you still trying to figure out what do with SharePoint Hub Sites and how to control the 100 hub site limit? Flow can be your answer by incorporating an approval flow to the SharePoint administrator. In continuing with the development of Flow integration to SharePoint Online according to the latest October release notes: Site owners will be prompted to create and run an approval process whenever they want to join a hub site in their tenant. Furthermore, for organizations that have turned off self-site creation, users can now request a site to be provisioned, which will initiate a request to SharePoint administrators before being provisioned.
In this article, I'll show you how I get my boss to approve groups of batched Tweets before I load them in our custom built automatic Batch Tweet Scheduler Machine to go live on our channel. This is a follow-up article from the how-to article that I wrote about the Batch Tweet Scheduler that uses Microsoft Flow and Google Sheets to Automate hours and hours worth of tedious work! Enjoy!
This week I am featuring some more new and useful Microsoft Flow Templates that many Flow users are already applying to their specific business processes to achieve higher and higher levels of workflow automation. I am going to have a weekly roundup of a few threads from the different boards across the Flow Community that I think could use some attention whether it be to learn something new about using Flow or just a great example of you awesome Flow Community Members helping one another. Enjoy!
Hey there Flow Community! I am bringing you a look at some fresh templates in this week's article along with a call out to anyone who has been longing to contribute to the Microsoft Flow Community Blog! We are always looking for fresh Flow user-generated content and it is time for me to onboard some new aspiring community blog authors! Spotlight this week will highlight some interesting and universally applicable issues that have been solved within the Flow Community discussion boards. Enjoy!
One of the more powerful aspects of Flow is that it can take various actions based on conditions. Using Forms inside of Teams, you can very easily set parameters around different actions that will be taken based on the responses people give on your Form.
What's up my Flow Community!?! I'll zoom out a bit this week and give you some real world Flow news article links, then I'll update you with a snippet from one of the latest Microsoft Flow Blog Articles about the new Microsoft Flow Preview Program. Lastly, I'll go over one of the most anticipated events in Seattle by all of you SharePoint fanatics out there, SharePoint Fest Seattle 2018! Keeping it fresh and a rather easy read this week, hope you enjoy!
MS Forms can be very useful not only for the internal employees but for external parties as well: onboarding questionnaires and agreements, customers feedbacks, etc. In this post, I will discuss how an anonymously submitted Form can be verified through email with the assistance of Flow.
This week I'll bring back some of the things that haven't made it to the last couple weeks of Community Corner. There will be some talk and explanation some of the newly released connectors and their functionalities. I'm going to hook you up with some links to what I call the best informational Flow content available on the internet. Also, I'm happy to continue the announcement of the recent launch of the Flow User Group website!
Did you miss the Microsoft Business Applications Summit earlier this week?! Well, you're in luck, because I've rounded up all of the important things that we all took away from this incredible Community-Based Event! I've collected the most useful links and materials that were released, curated some of my best photos, and even a link to the YouTube Channel that I manage where you'll be able to find an MBAS 2018 video on 08/07/18!
Publishing an HTML or other file to Azure blob storage can enable anyone who has the link to that specific file to access it and download it, which is a great way to provide much easier non-secure access to information than sharing that file directly from a One Drive or via SharePoint Online (as even a link that does not require authentication sometimes requires that user to have a Microsoft Online account).
Microsoft Forms is Enterprise Ready! posted by Kathy Liu April, 2018. But is Flow ready for it? Microsoft Forms is a simple app for creating surveys, quizzes, and polls,and is now out of preview mode and available to the general public. Does this mean we can use it with Flow and what actions and triggers are available? I am going to find out by creating a Microsoft Form that saves to a SharePoint Online modern list and automate the process with Flow in 6 easy steps.