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Courtenay
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Do you receive many incoming general and sales inquiries every week? And are you still manually copying them into Dynamics CRM? And how many hours would you save every week if I told you there is a way to automate that entirely with Microsoft Flow and Parserr?

 

If the answer is "MANY!", then we have the setup for you. It shouldn't take much more than 10 minutes, but could save you and your business hours!

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If you are attending the CRMUG Summit  in Nashville in October, be sure to attend my session on Microsoft Dynamics 365 With Microsoft Flow

 

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spfrustratesme2
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I bang on a keyboard all day. Not because I think of it as my bosses head, but I've managed to make a career of tap, tap, tapping all day long and sometimes well into the evening or weekend. 

Over time, I hunch and my shoulders pinch and if left unchecked can turn into something more chronic and difficult to manage. Well,  20 years into an IT career, and I'm on the other side of that and having to take time every day to stand up and work and incorporate movement into my day. It's helping to stand up and work occasionally, rather than sit down each day, all day. Now we can schedule Flow notification/reminders with some advanced scheduling features. 

With this blog post, I'll show you how to quickly setup notification reminders throughout your specified work week, to stand up to work as well as a remiders to take two minute walk every 30 minutes as recommneded by CNN. 
REFhttp://www.cnn.com/2015/08/06/health/how-to-move-more/index.html

 

 

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elliotmunro
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In Part 3, we bring everything together with Microsoft Flow and publish our local Function App to Azure.

 

It's now easier than ever to make use of your data across any number of services. By combining the intuitive Microsoft Flow with the flexibility of Azure Functions, we can orchestrate the flow of data between any source.

See how to build a solution that takes referrals from your website form, adds them to SharePoint and creates an opportunity in a third party CRM.

In this example scenario, we're using Gravity Forms, ConnectWise and Office 365. If you happen to be using these services, and you'd like to experiment with Flow and Functions, you can implement this solution yourself using this guide.

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elliotmunro
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In Part 2 we test our local function app, create another Azure Function App and connect to ConnectWise.

 

It's now easier than ever to make use of your data across any number of services. By combining the intuitive Microsoft Flow with the flexibility of Azure Functions, we can orchestrate the flow of data between any source.

See how to build a solution that takes referrals from your website form, adds them to SharePoint and creates an opportunity in a third party CRM.

In this example scenario, we're using Gravity Forms, ConnectWise and Office 365. If you happen to be using these services, and you'd like to experiment with Flow and Functions, you can implement this solution yourself using this guide.

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elliotmunro
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It's now easier than ever to make use of your data across any number of services. By combining the intuitive Microsoft Flow with the flexibility of Azure Functions, we can orchestrate the flow of data between any source.

 

See how to build a solution that takes referrals from your website form, adds them to SharePoint and creates an opportunity in a third party CRM.

 

In this example scenario, we're using Gravity Forms, ConnectWise and Office 365. If you happen to be using these services, and you'd like to experiment with Flow and Functions, you can implement this solution yourself using this guide

 

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