We want to tell your story!

The Microsoft Flow team wants to showcase your story! Come and fill out our form and tell us YOUR Microsoft Flow Story for a chance to be featured on the customers.microsoft.com page! We cant wait to share all of the cool things that you are doing!

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Intermediate | Flow of the Week: How we use a Flow to manage the Flow of the Week blogs

In this flow of the week come see how we manage the flow of the week using Microsoft Flow... Wow , that's a tongue twister. Come and learn how to automate email follow ups based on SharePoint list entries... There that's better! Come learn about using the compose action, the Delay until, and then obviously some SharePoint and Outlook as well. Its a quick and easy Flow that packs a solid punch! Oh, and there's a video if you prefer!

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On-Demand: Flow Team Hangout Chat - April 27, 2018

Ever wanted to meet the people behind Microsoft Flow? Now's your chance - you can now catch up on the Flow Team Hangout Chat from 4/27/18 on-demand on our Flow Community Webinars & Video Gallery. Hangout guests featured: Anh-Thu Chang (Flow Community Manager), Anjli Chaudhry (Principal Program Manager), Jon Levesque (Senior Program Manager), Kent Weare (Principal Program Manager), Merwan Hade (Senior Program Manager), Stephen Siciliano (Principal Group PM Manager), and Sunay Vaishnav (Senior Program Manager). Watch now.

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Beginner | Flow of the Week: Get Seattle weather reports delivered to my email.

It's Spring time in Seattle!! But just like classic Seattle, there will inevitably be some surprise rain showers. As someone who commutes to a full day of work and post-work activities in the evening, I need to be able to properly pack for the day. But how do I know if I need to bring my rain gear with me or leave it at home? The manual process of checking the weather every morning before I leave sounds like something I could easily forget...oh wait, this sounds like something Flow can help me automate & solve! Keep following along with this step-by-step of how I used an existing Microsoft Flow template to plug & chug my scenario requirements and parameters to better help me make informed packing decisions for my day.

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Beginner | Flow of the Week: Ditch the business card, use Flow!

Today's Flow of the Week is originally authored by Jon Levesque. In this tutorial, he walks us through why he ditched the paper business card and how he uses a Microsoft Flow to stay connected with new people in this digital age. Our Flow staff are constantly innovating on how they use Flow to solve their own business needs. We are so excited for opportunities like this to share their creative work with the larger Flow community!

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Advanced | Flow of the Week: Get an email with a list of places in your current location based on a Point of Interest

We are excited to share today's Flow of the Week co-authored by Flow MVP Ahmad Najjar. In this tutorial, he walks us through how to use Microsoft Flow to get an email with a list of places in your current location based on a point of interest. Our Flow community members are 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!

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Beginner | Flow of the Week: How to Trigger Approvals When Creating a New SharePoint Item

Behind every flashy company event, there is a plethora of cool swag that gets handed out as prizes or to get people pumped up about the product. Behind every swag piece that is handed out, there is a team admin who is the gatekeeper of counting, tracking, organizing and making sure there is enough swag across all the team's needs and events. In this digital era, it can be challenging to keep track of physical inventory, especially when you don't have time to constantly monitor folks in person. For all the admins responsible for managing their team’s swag inventory – this week’s beginner FOTW is for you! In this beginner FOTW, we focus on how to use triggers like "Create new item" in SharePoint lists to trigger a swag order approval request that is sent to your admin to help them efficiently track what swag inventory is needed for specific events.

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