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
No, this is not a fresh new remix of The Chemical Brothers, but we're talking serious business here. Physical buttons The Microsoft Flow team announced that it is possible to connect Microsoft Flow to the real world with physical buttons a while back! The first thought I had was: "
Recurrence is one of the most used start actions for a lot of workflows. That is why it is really cool that Microsoft Flow has a trigger for that. Options Frequency: It has a frequency setting. You can choose between day, minute, hour or second. Interval: This is the amount
Last saturday I did a session together with my colleague Albert at SharePoint Saturday London. Microsoft Flow happy hour: how to use Flows, governance and upcoming features Microsoft Flow was introduced last year. While it is a very promising service, there are still a lot of questions... How can you
Recently I found out that the Workflow Definition Language schema for Azure Logic Apps is also supported in Microsoft Flow. This makes it a lot easier to work with dates and times. You can use the "Data Operations - Compose" action to work with those dates. Dates For
At multiple clients, I always see that there are (content management) groups created for different content. For instance: the communications department is in control of the corporate news, but announcements are being posted by the facilities department – when for instance the fire alarms are being tested – but also by IT