Flow Templates Microsoft

Microsoft has announced that the Flow mobile app is coming to Apple’s iOS platform and is now available to download through the App Store. The company launched Flow last month in preview form, a service that allowed enterprise users connect Microsoft services across other public services.

The app automating tool can be viewed as an enterprise-oriented IFTTT, allowing users to create automated workflows between applications. The automated chains can offer notifications, data collection, and file synchronization.

Microsoft Flow makes it easy to mash-up two or more different services. Today, it is publicly available as a preview, at no cost. We have connections to 35+ different services, including both Microsoft services like OneDrive and SharePoint, and public software services like Slack, Twitter, and Salesforce.com, with more being added every week.

Through iOS, Flow users will be able to track and manage their workflows wherever they are, while Microsoft said the app will be landing on Android soon.

Here are some of the key features of Flow on iOS:

With the Microsoft Flow app, you can stay connected to your flows from your mobile device. You can view properties and definition, turn flows on or off from wherever you are, or review detailed run history reports.

Stay up-to-date on all activities from a central location, the Activity Feed. The feed helps you detect quickly which flows require your attention and what actions you need to take. View and filter your runs or your notifications, and drill into further details upon demand.

Stay up-to-date on all flow activities from a central location, the Activity Feed. The feed helps you detect quickly which flows require your attention and what actions you need to take. View and filter your runs or your notifications, and drill into further details upon demand.