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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How to gain business insights on videos in your work place

Many business users need the ability to search their organizational video library and gain quick insights on the content. For example, search for videos which include information on a term you are interested in, or search for all the videos which include a certain person of interest. Some libraries contain hundreds of videos, and it’s a hard task to effectively search them all. To that end, the Video Indexer service was recently introduced, and now with the new integration between Flow & Video Indexer, you can gain those video insights automatically.

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Advanced | Flow of the Week: Get a daily email with the top failures captured in Application Insights

Today, i would like to show you how to address an issue which has been surfaced by one of our partners. As the Application Insights team recently shared with us, one of the most common questions from their users is: “How do I get periodic emails with the results of an Analytics query? “. Let’s build a flow which does precisely that. There is now a very simple answer for this, thanks to the new Azure Application Insights connector which was recently introduced.

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Connecting Flow to the real world – Flows can now be triggered directly from physical buttons

Today I’m happy to introduce a highly-anticipated milestone: Flow users can now trigger their workflows using physical buttons. This capability comes as a first step of connecting Flow to the real world, to enable leveraging Microsoft Flow for so many more business scenarios. The breadth of services which Flow can connect to, and the depth of Flow logic you can apply – all behind a physical button! Need a simple way to order more inventory in a production floor? to call Tech support in a conference room? to track your consulting work hours for various companies? Just push the button. Microsoft is delivering these capabilities through partnerships with two of the leading products in the physical button space, each with its strong and unique business value: Flic by Shortcut Labs, and Bttn by The Button Corporation.

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The power of buttons! You can now share your Button Flows and pin to your home screen

Today I’d like to introduce a new valuable capability for Flow buttons, one which can shift the way you and your team works, and how efficient you become: You can now share your buttons with others to run, as well as pin buttons to your home screen. We have also added mobile support to Team flows. Read more on how to work smarter and faster.

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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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