Flow Buttons now support user inputs, and Outlook Tasks service added

This week Microsoft Flow added a new capability to buttons: : Flow buttons can now receive user inputs at run time. Thanks to this new functionality, buttons can now serve you in many more business use cases throughout the day. Imagine opening a bug in Visual Studio, creating a new contact in Dynamics, or adding a task to Wunderlist, all at a click of a button. We are also adding Outlook Tasks and HelloSign support.

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Search by service when you build flows and other new features

Microsoft Flow has added so many new services (now 90) that it could be hard to find the trigger or action you want. To help, we added browsing by service when you add a trigger or action -- so you can see all the actions for each service. Next, inside of the Flow designer you can add Switch blocks to have several branches of parallel logic. We also are adding new functionality in the Office 365 Outlook and Outlook.com services to work with flagged mails, and are adding support to connect to Local or Network File Systems, the payment service Stripe, Informix, DB2 and UserVoice.

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Resubmit or cancel your flow runs and GoToWebinar and GoToTraining support

This week Microsoft Flow added the ability to control the execution of the flow once it's started running. For example, if you have a flow that has gotten stuck, you can cancel the run. Alternatively, if you have a flow that failed and you want to try fix it and run again, you can resubmit it. We are also adding GoToTraining and GoToWebinar support.

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