July Updates for Microsoft Flow

There are several key improvements releasing this week. First, there are a number of new SharePoint connector actions, including working with Doc Sets, permissions, and creating Folders. Second, Flow now supports version control with Azure DevOps. Third, guest users can participate in approval processes and create flows. There are a couple authoring and solution improvements, and we also released four new connectors.

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New licensing options for PowerApps and Microsoft Flow standalone paid plans

We’ve seen tremendous growth in the usage of PowerApps and Flow over the course of the past year. Just as we’ve been rolling out new features in response to user input, we’re also listening to input about how to license and implement premium capabilities. In response to these needs, we’re pleased to announce two new plans that we will be introducing later this year: a PowerApps per app plan and a Flow per business process plan.

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2019 Release Wave 2 Plan and May Updates for Microsoft Flow

Today we are announcing the availability of the 2019 Release Wave 2 Plan, which covers the main investments coming in October. Additionally, in the past month we’ve made a number of improvements to Flow: build your flows inside of Visio, there are now triggers available in the Dynamics 365 for Finance & Operations connector, and there are many improvements in Approvals. Finally, there were thirteen new connectors in May!

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Microsoft Flow at Microsoft Build 2019: Announcements and Sessions

We have a number of exciting announcements alongside Microsoft Build 2019, including that we now make it easier than ever for Azure developers to connect to APIs that they build in Azure, and that flows now support improved ALM in the Common Data Service. If you are attending Build in person in Seattle there are 20 sessions on the Power Platform, such as how to build Intelligent process automation with Microsoft Flow.

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