Q1 Update for Microsoft Flow

In Q1 of 2017, Microsoft Flow rapidly delivered new functionality and iterated with customers. Today, Microsoft Flow is announcing modernized approval processes for businesses of all sizes, with the ability to create an approval process in seconds using rich templates and a smooth mobile experience for approving or rejecting requests on the go and the ability to surface actions directly in other Microsoft products like Outlook. Collaborative flow creation and management, key for many essential business process, is reaching General Availability today, and much more!


A diet you can love! Introducing the new "diet" flow designer

We, on the product team, often hear from many of you about how incredibly powerful Flow is. Some of you, however, have told us that the designer is difficult to navigate and you prefer to use our one-click templates instead. Since we want all of our templates to be available to everyone, we've created a "diet" designer. This version of the designer presents just the fields that required to create a flow, which simplifies the experience. Let's take a look!

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Introducing Modern Approvals in Flow

With our modern approvals experiences, you can quickly create an approval workflow for your data in SharePoint, Dynamics CRM, Twitter, Visual Studio Team Services, MailChimp and many others. As part of the approval process, approvers will receive email notifications about pending approvals, and can view and respond to all approval requests in a brand-new, unified approvals center. Let's take a look!

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By Industry - Human Resources: Onboarding made easy

In this post, we’ll walk through a new hire onboarding scenario. We’ll use Flow to manage new hire information in Excel and SharePoint, then send emails to department heads when their employees are ready to start. Along the way we’ll use some cool features in Flow, including: running a flow on a schedule; applying an action to each row in an Excel file; testing for multiple conditions in our data; and using a switch case statement to control who we send email to.

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