Get notified when someone edits your flows and new expressions for working with URLs and Objects

You can make your co-workers Owners of your flows to collaborate on edits. Now, you will get email notifications when another owner modifies one of your flows. We also are adding some new expressions to make it easier to work with URLs and Objects. Finally, there are three new connectors this week: Plumsail SP, Plumsail Forms, and Kintone.

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Introducing Flow Integration in Microsoft Teams

Flow is now integrated in Microsoft Teams! With this integration, from Teams, you can create and manage flows, review your received and sent approvals, and launch flows directly within the Teams desktop app or on teams.microsoft.com. Learn more about this new integration.

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Advanced | Flow of the Week: Selective calendar event sync using Condition advanced editor mode and Boolean expressions

Some of the most popular Flow templates sync calendar events from one service to another (Office 365 to Google, Google to Office 365). I've found these useful, but I don't want all events synced. In this post I'll show how to use the Flow designer to write more complex Boolean logic in the "Condition" card's advanced editor. This Boolean logic will help my Flow select only the events I care about syncing (using the body, subject, and/or time of the event). Along the way I'll show how to use other Flow features like the "Control" connector to terminate a Flow run, datetime manipulation and formatting, and preventing infinite loops.

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Work with your Office 365 profile, photos and more

This month we have added a number of new actions to the Office 365 Users connector -- update your profile and profile photos, including new fields like Projects and Skills. Second, there is a new connector - Infobip - a service that enables enterprise grade communication. Finally, you can now append to string variables as an action, making it easier to accumulate information in loops, for example.

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Beginner | Flow of the Week: Build a Flow using only Non-Microsoft Connectors

The Flow of the week this week focuses on building an automation between SalesForce, Slack and ZenDesk... Because Flow is awesome whether you have an O365 Subscription, D365 Subscription, or just a stand alone Flow Subscription. Check out this weeks video and let us know what you think and be sure to leave us a comment letting us know what Flow video you would like us to make next!

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