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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Improvements to the Outlook connectors and more

This week we released several improvements to the Outlook connector, including saving an email as a ".eml" file, responding to calendar invitations automatically, and triggering flows when you are mentioned in an email thread. We have also made it easier to work with multiples by remembering your most recently used connections, and, have released five new connectors: Azure Container Instances, Azure Kusto, Metatask, Microsoft To-Do, and Plumsail Documents.

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Introducing Flow Launch Panel in SharePoint Lists and Libraries

The Flow Launch Panel is now available on all modern SharePoint lists and libraries. In this post, we’ll walk you through an example of how to create and customize a flow that uses the launch panel’s capabilities using the For a selected item trigger. We’ll also demonstrate how you can enable other members of your organization to run this flow using run-only permissions.

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Read and write Managed Metadata in SharePoint lists, append to arrays, and a new connector

Starting this week you can now read data from, and write into, columns in SharePoint that use the Managed Metadata (aka. Taxonomy) type. You can now add items to the end of arrays using a new Append to array variable action. There is also a new connector for Tago, and we released a new version of the Flow app for iPhone X.

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Triggers for Microsoft Planner, actions for SharePoint attachments, and other connector improvements

This week we are announcing that another top request from the community is now available: triggers for the Microsoft Planner connector. A second highly requested feature available this week is to work with Attachments in SharePoint lists. There is a new Flow management connector that can be used to automate the creation and management of flows. We also have four other new connectors: Enadoc, Custom Vision, the D&B Optimizer, and SIGNL4 (Derdack) and new functions in other connectors.

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Microsoft Flow audit events now available in Office 365 Security & Compliance Center

Today we are announcing that that Microsoft Flow events are discoverable within the Office 365 Security & Compliance Center for all Office 365 tenants in production. This means administrators can now understand how Microsoft Flow is being used within their organization. For example, which users are creating flows? Are flows being shared? What connectors are being used? And more!

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Work with multi-level arrays with nested Apply to each and other updates

This week we are announcing that you can have Apply to each steps inside of other Apply to each steps. This means if you have a list of items, where each item contains another list, you can now work those items inside of a flow. Additionally, we have a set of new actions to work with Dates and Times, such as getting local time and getting the current time. Finally, there are four new connectors: Content Moderator, Docparser, Microsoft Kaizala and Pitney Bowes Data Validation, as well as some improvements to the connection experience.

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The power of buttons! Optimize your work day using the new capabilities of Flow Buttons

Flow buttons have been gaining much popularity with our business users as they help them work smarter and faster. Business users can leverage buttons to trigger flows on demand, gather various user inputs, Invite other team members to run the same button, and more. Today, we are introducing the ability to create and run buttons which support image uploading and email address inputs. With this new ability to receive image inputs, you can leverage buttons like never before to optimize your workday - to track your trip expenses, send meeting notes, run OCR on printed documents, upload photos to a shared team location, and more.

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