A couple of weeks back, the Microsoft Flow team announced the Excel add-in for Microsoft Flow. This add-in will give you the ability to build and run Flows from Excel. I think it's incredible how many people still keep Excel workbooks up-to-date while there are a lot of other options
Twice a year, the release notes of the semi-annual release get published by the different teams of the Microsoft Business Application Group. That means Dynamics 365, Power BI, PowerApps & Flow receive new goodies! For the complete release notes, go here! The fantastic April Dunnam (Seriously, follow her on Twitter!
Yesterday, Melissa Hubbard posted a great intro to Microsoft Flow approvals in her Flow Approval Fundamentals blog post. Make sure to check her blog post before reading this one. Her blog post is focussed on the basics and I will be highlighting a bit more of an advanced feature: timeouts
At a lot of companies, I see a lot of employees struggle with what the possibilities are of the Modern SharePoint. They know there is a lot possible, but they don't know where to start. Luckily there's a lot of good documentation, but a lot of employees don't want to
When you are working with Microsoft Flow a lot, you probably want to know what's new on the platform from time to time. There are several ways to get the latest and greatest of Microsoft Flow. And - yes - there are even ways to get some insights into whats
Microsoft published the spring '18 release notes for Dynamics365. Go here to see them. These release notes also include a lot of new features for Microsoft Flow. I would like to highlight some of them in this blog post: Request for sign-off flow built into SharePoint With this feature, you