Announcing Microsoft Flow Analytics

As Microsoft Flow consumption increases in organizations, customers are looking for more insight into the health of flows running within their environment. To address this feedback, we recently launched Microsoft Flow Analytics in all Microsoft Flow regions.

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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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Accessing Office 365 Security & Compliance Center Logs from Microsoft Flow

In a previous blog post, we discussed Microsoft Flow audit events surfacing in the Office 365 Security & Compliance Center. We have had inquiries from customers and partners about programmatically accessing this data. Something that is of particular interest, is understanding what connectors are being used in new, or updated, flows. For some organizations, this information will help them with their Data Loss Prevention (DLP) strategies. For others, they will use this as a change management opportunity where they can ensure users that are creating flows have been able to achieve their desired business outcomes.

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Flow of the Week: Planner Approval Flow

Flow MVP Melissa Hubbard writes a Flow of the Week to help you automate Approvals while using Microsoft Planner as your Project Management tool. To learn more about how Melissa completes this Flow, or to learn how to read her other posts, click on in and see who she is and what she has to say!

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Working with Dates and Times inside of your flows

Last month we announced new actions and expressions to help you work with dates and times. This blog post will walk through in more detail how to use these new features - for example, to send an email with times in the appropriate time zones, or create a task that is due at a certain period of time each weekday.

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From Office 365 to Azure to Minecraft, connected with Flow

This week read a fun guest post from Jon Liu. He talks about how you can integrate Microsoft Flow with Minecraft to trigger some activities there when an event happens in SharePoint. This walkthough makes use of the recently added support for Custom Connectors through the data gateway.

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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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