Submitted on11-22-201709:58 AMSubmitted byRbert83on11-22-201709:58 AM
Hi, I was asked to post this here instead of the Bug Forum... the formating of the Details section of the Modern Approval flow does not format correctly in the Flow app as it does in Email. I would like to see the same formatting for emails in the Details section applied to the Flow App as well. This would allow the approvers to be able to look at a sizable list on the go and approve. We are trying to move away from relying solely on emails as most people just don't read them anymore. For reference, here is my post on the bug forum. https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/I-Found-A-Bug/Approval-Detail-not-formatted-correctly-in-Flow-App/m-p/70615/highlight/false#M1392
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Submitted on07-28-201701:55 AMSubmitted byefialteson07-28-201701:55 AM
All smartphone web browsers, common tools like image galleries or download managers, and many communication apps (Twitter, Facebook, Whatsapp, etc.) offer the option to share specific content to other apps. So I can select an image from the Gallery and share it via Twitter; select a downloaded file and share it via Outlook, select a tweet and share it via WhatsApp, and so and so. Can Flow app be one of such candidates, so we can share messages, images, files, even links from other apps into a certain Flow? Let's take the example of bookmarking services like Instapaper. Assuming I already installed Instapaper in my smartphone, if I open an URL from the browser, I can then share the link via Instapaper; and if I previously created different categories inside Instapaper, once shared I can also select the "destination category". In a similar way, if I select a file, an image, a message or even a link to share it, I would expect Flow app listed as one of the options, and once selected I would expect to decide which Flow to execute -only the Flows expecting such input should be displayed-. You can see this implementation as an alternative to current Flow Buttons, even more powerful. Please note I am an Android user, with no experience on iOS environment. I'm sure this proposal is technically feasable on Android environment (https://developer.android.com/training/basics/intents/filters.html or https://developer.android.com/training/sharing/receive.html), not sure if iOS is more restrictive.
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