Advanced | Flow of The Week: Advanced Approval Write back

A robust, Client-specific approval workflow and write-back engine is not a standard feature of many ERP systems, which requires BI architects and data engineers to think outside the box to deliver scalable solutions. Microsoft Flow can meet these enterprise level requirements, and can do it at a fraction of the time and cost of any other solution on the market. This article will tackle the current business requirements pertaining to enterprise level solutions around on-premise SQL data warehouse write-backss, robust tiered approval cycles, and sales order approval requests. Come and Learn how to build a system like this using Flow from Community Member Phillip Guglielmi

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Introducing Microsoft Flow integration in Excel

Flow is now integrated into Microsoft Excel! With this integration that uses the For a selected row trigger and the Flow launch panel, you can create and trigger on-demand flows for selected rows in any Excel table on spreadsheets hosted in SharePoint or OneDrive for Business. The Microsoft Flow for Excel add-in enables you to connect your data to a wide range of services such as SharePoint, Outlook 365, Dynamics 365, Teams, Visual Studio Online, Twitter, Approvals, etc. In this post, we’ll walk you through this new capability with a hands-on example.

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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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How to: State machines in Microsoft Flow

In this blog post, Serge Luca will illustrate how to build flows that need to use a State Machine. Although Microsoft Flow doesn't have an out-of-box construct for a State Machine - you can build one by using a loop and a switch case.

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