Microsoft Flow Community Blog

Welcome to the Microsoft Flow Community Blog

On this blog you will find articles, guides and information created by our community members and, from time to time, roundups and community news.

Do you have legal, vendor, procurement or other team that deals with contracts all day long and needs to improve the approval process?  And would these teams like to have one central storage location to manage, edit, approve and track the contracts?  Oh and review and edit them on any device at any time?  You can do all of this in a SharePoint Online modern document library with Microsoft Flow.  I will provide you with 5 easy steps for you to successfully create this process and be on your journey towards an efficient way to collaborate and mange your contracts.

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Community Corner 04: Conventions/Connectors/Spotlight(Special Guest Q&A)

by Administrator ‎06-15-2018 10:00 AM - edited ‎06-15-2018 10:01 AM

In this weeks Community Corner, you will read about many the wonderful Microsoft Conferences, Conventions, Workshops, Summits, & SharePoint Saturdays that are scheduled for the second half of the year that lies just ahead! You'll also get your regular update on the recently released Flow Connectors and what to expect from them! And last but not least, there's a Q&A appearance from a special guest to kick off a new segment that will close out every future Community Corner blog article!

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Get ready to connect, collaborate and pack in as much learning as possible at Microsoft Business Applications Summit, the event for Dynamics 365, Power BI, Excel, PowerApps and 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. Check it out!

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Using Flow To Batch Schedule Tweets

by Administrator ‎06-14-2018 10:02 AM - edited ‎06-18-2018 02:13 PM

In this article I will show you how to easily batch schedule Tweets FOR FREE using Microsoft Flow, Google Sheets, and AtBot. This is a somewhat simplified version of the Flow How-To created by @thatmattwade which offers a bit more than just scheduling batches of generalized tweets. I reccomend giving this article a read and then heading over to Matt Wade's Article to really see where this idea is coming from!

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With Flow, using metadata values to trigger actions is a relatively simple process that takes only a few minutes to set up! For any given list or library in Office 365 you can customize actions that your end users can eaily enable for their business processes by simply choosing a meatada value attached to a file that will trigger the process against the same file- and don't forget you can copy and re-use your Office 365 Flows to apply to multiple locations!

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Use Flow to Moderate SharePoint Image or Picture libraries

by Super User ‎06-10-2018 06:30 PM - edited ‎06-10-2018 06:37 PM

The potential of SharePoint is abundant and now with Flow you can do even more. However, with more power comes more responsibility and this is where Cognitive Service's can help. In this blog we'll see how the Computer Vision and Content Moderator connectors can help monitor the images that are uploaded to SharePoint libraries buy tagging them and also identifying those that are either racy or adult.

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