Welcome to the first Microsoft Flow Community Corner Blog! I am Gabriel, the newest Community Manager! I am so excited to be a new member of this excellent online community and I am very proud to announce that you can expect an awesome info-packed Community Corner Blog post just like this one, every Friday, from yours truly! In the new Community Corner Blog, you can expect to see anything from updates on newly released Microsoft Flow Connectors to product check-ins with the Flow Product Team, to break-downs of how this great Community Works!
In this article, I will describe how to extract values from email messages and store them somewhere with the help of Microsoft Flow or Azure Logic Apps. I will useRegular Expression Match action from our Plumsail Documents.
Let’s suppose you are getting a new email after someone made a purchase and you need to extract information from this email and create a new item in your orders SharePoint list.
This blog focuses on how using Flow you can automate the process of monitoring incoming emails and create tasks in existing Plans in Planner. The Flow is smart enough to focuses on new emails only and ignore replies.
A couple weeks ago I stumbled upon an article here on the Flow blog about usingFlic buttons with Flow. My head started spinning with ideas on how I could use this smart button. I thought about a recent struggle I had. One of my meetings ran over and I was driving frantically to the other meeting across town when I hit some unexpected traffic. An intense wave of panic came over me when I realized
I am very proud to say that I have recently become the newest member of the Microsoft Flow Product Team as your new online Community Manager! I'd like to use this announcement as an opportunity to tell all of you wonderful Flow Community Members a little bit about myself and my work, and then I'll inform you all about some small changes that you can expect to see in the near future!