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
Custom Response options for approvals
Previously, approvers could only respond with a simple Approve or Reject response. Now you can build approval flows that contain whatever, and however many, options you need. We’ve also added a new feature that allows the requestor of an approval to cancel that request.
Post richer messages in Microsoft Teams
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.
Advanced condition builder
Use the new advanced condition builder to establish conditional logic with “and/or” statements in a flow. This means you can now build your advanced business rules without using any expressions in Flow. You can also peek into the code behind each action in the Flow designer.
Six new connectors
Check out the six connections now available: Acumatica, Ally, Microsoft Graph Security, Plumsail HelpDesk, TxtSync, and XooaDB. In addition, the Planner connector now supports user assignment and the Office 365 Outlook connector supports categories on events.