Flow of the Week: Notify me on best traffic conditions to drive home

This week we want to highlight a Flow that lets you constantly check traffic conditions and notify you on the best time to start your commute. Simply open the Flow mobile app, press the button, and specify the travel time you want to target. The Flow will notify you as soon as traffic drops to below the threshold.

» Read more

Flow of The Week: Warehouse Delivery Notification

This week for the Flow of The Week I want to share one with you that came from an App in a day training we had in Las Vegas before the Ready conference. In that demo I showed how a Flic physical button could be used to alert Warehouse team members when a delivery arrived. And in this blog, I expand on the use case to make it even more useful

» Read more

Flow of the Week: Notify Co-Workers about running late

If you're going to be late to a meeting, tap this button flow. It will send you an approval notification telling you who is at your next meeting. Approving will email all of those people that you'll be late, or, rejecting will do nothing. You can even provide comments in the approval, and they will be included in the email.

» Read more

Flow of the Week: Get a daily email with the top failures captured in Application Insights

Today, i would like to show you how to address an issue which has been surfaced by one of our partners. As the Application Insights team recently shared with us, one of the most common questions from their users is: "How do I get periodic emails with the results of an Analytics query? ". Let's build a flow which does precisely that. There is now a very simple answer for this, thanks to the new Azure Application Insights connector which was recently introduced.

» Read more

Flow of the Week: Local code execution

Today, we want to talk about something that opens up the flow beyond the scope of connecting cloud services and being able to help running tasks on your local computer. Very often I forget to lock my computer before leaving the desk only to remember it later in a meeting, but by this time the damage would already be done, such as a prank e-mail to the team from my mailbox. Let's look at a solution using Flow, Gateways, File System connectors, and basic PowerShell scripting.

» Read more