Advanced | Flow of the Week: Filtering Data with OData

A question that we frequently receive is how can I filter out data before it gets to Microsoft Flow? The answer to this question is: OData filter queries. In this blog post we are going to cover some of the most popular OData filter queries using some of our most popular connectors including SQL Server, Dynamics 365 and SharePoint Online.

» Read more

Intermediate | Flow of the Week: How to Archive Completed Items in a SharePoint List

As the Flow Community Manager, AT Chang manages, schedules and publishes lots of written content for the Flow community. To keep publications on schedule, she organizes all her written publication requests in a SharePoint list. Follow along as she takes basic Flow functions like moving items from one SharePoint list to another, boolean conditions, and starting approvals to an intermediate level that allows her to keep her SharePoint list of upcoming publish items fresh by archiving all items that have been completed/published.

» Read more

Microsoft Flow Learning Resources

As the PM focused on Community and Engagement, I often get asked for resources to aid our customers on their Microsoft Flow journey. Below is a set of links we've curated to help novice, intermediate and advanced users as they take this journey with us. We hope you find it useful and if you think we should add anything to this list, please do let us know!

» Read more

Intermediate | Microsoft Flow: Using Teams + Planner + Bizzy = Efficiency on the go!

In this video Follow along as I take an outing on a sunny day and am still able to be productive in my work along the journey by using Bizzy to show me what items are overdue in my Planner. This way I can be sure and act on the highest priority items for the day and not miss the important stuff! Come see how it works and how its made and join in the discussion about Flow!

» Read more

Beginner | Flow of the Week: Sending Valentines via Flow

Hello Flow Fans! Happy Valentines Day! I am here today with a quick and easy blog post to teach you how to use Flow to take your Valentines Day note sending to an automated level! I was thinking, do I really want to go through the hassle of buying cards, filling them out, licking a bunch of envelopes and then hunting down my targeted valentine receivers?! Not really! And so this year, I am going to build myself the "Flow Button Valentine Generator 3000" - The ultimate valentine sharing machine - and then share it with you!

» Read more

Gateway High Availability and increased limits for Apply to each

You can now create highly available clusters of On-Premises Data Gateways, to ensure your organization can always access on-premises data used in Flow, and not be tied to a single machine that may go down. Additionally, we are improving Apply to each to be able to process up to 100,000 items in a single flow run and up to 50 items in parallel.

» Read more

Beginner | Flow of the Week: How to Extract Email Data and Send to SharePoint List

We are excited to share today's Flow of the Week co-authored by Courtenay from Parserr.com. In this tutorial, she walks us through how to use Microsoft Flow to extract email (and attachment) data and send it directly to a SharePoint list. Our Flow community is constantly innovating on how they use Flow to solve their business needs. We are so excited for opportunities like this to share their creative work with the larger Flow community!

» Read more

Webinar 2/8: Intermediate | The one-stop-shop solution for social networking using PowerApps and Microsoft Flow by Daniel Christian

Just getting in your groove with Microsoft Flow? Well, this webinar is for you - we're thrilled to feature guest speaker Daniel Christian to talk about how he uses fundamental features from Flow and PowerApps to create a one-top-shop solution for social networking. Join us LIVE this Thurs 2/8 @ 10:00AM PST!

» Read more

Advanced | Flow of the Week: What interests my boss, fascinates me!

Wouldn’t it be great if there was a way for a cognitive engine to process your emails, pull out key phrases and then execute a search engine query and return the top 3 results? Well there is, and these steps can be orchestrated using Microsoft Flow which is the inspiration for this blog post.

» Read more