March Features for Microsoft Flow

New features in Microsoft Flow

Microsoft Flow is cloud-based software that allows employees to create and automate workflows and tasks across multiple applications and services without help from developers. Automated workflows are called flows. To create a flow, the user specifies what action should take place when a specific event occurs

Streamlined authoring for business process flows

It’s easier than ever to author new business process flows in Microsoft Flow. You can now pick any Common Data Service entity to use for a flow. Also, the business process flow designer now opens right in the Microsoft Flow portal

Microsoft Flow US Government is generally available

Messages posted to Teams from Flow can now contain @mentions of other users, so they will be notified when you post. There is also a new action for Microsoft Teams that posts an adaptive card to a channel.

Collaborate on research

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Six new connectors

This month there are six new connectors available: Ahead, Chainpoint, Document Merge, Dynamics 365 Customer Insights, ProjectWise Share, and SignNow. In addition, we have new documentation that shows all connectors and the available products and regions for each. You can browse the full alphabetical list, or apply search filters

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