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Microsoft Flow is now called Power Automate to better align with the Power Platform. The new service also supports robotic process automation.
Microsoft Flow's October update improves it in a variety of areas, from analytics to reliability and integrations.
A new Excel add-in lets users easily access, create, and run Flows on multiple lines. The addition should reduce the need to switch windows via integration with email services, Teams, SharePoint, and more.
Microsoft Flow has received some highly requested functionality, as well as general tweaks to user experience and performance.
The Microsoft Flow team continues to listen to feedback, adding four new connectors, support for attachments in SharePoint, and much more.
Users on the Microsoft Flow app can now share button flows with other via an easy context menu. They'll also have access to Azure's Log Analytics, Table Storage, and Event Hub features.
Microsoft Flow now supports Azure File Storage, Video Indexer, and two more connectors. The services also received new action and trigger settings for finer management tools.
The Microsoft Flow mobile app now sends a push notification whenever there is a new request and allows users to approve or reject requests from their mobile device.
Five of the new connectors for Microsoft Flow are only available to Premium subscribers, while everyone can now get their hands on an HTML-to-text content converter.
The new feature allows users of Flow to alert their team of any new activity by posting messages to an existing Teams channel.
Microsoft Flow lets users run two steps at the same time, as well as the addition of a new Approvals experience and LiveChat, Capsule CRM and other services.
Microsoft Flow now has enhanced features for managing multiple team members and new shareable buttons. PowerApps has received more integrations and support for SharePoint lists.
The latest update brings support for Computer Vision APIs, introduces three new services and three new actions in the company’s tool for workflow automation.
Microsoft Flow users can utilize solutions from Flic or Button to automate a variety of tasks via physical buttons. Solutions are available both through Bluetooth and over WiFi.
In an announcement, the company says Microsoft Flow users can manage output across a team and see metadata updates from team members with SharePoint document Libraries integration.
The latest update for Microsoft Flow allows users to more easily test and run Flow buttons. Microsoft has also announced support for five new services, including Oracle Database.
Microsoft Flow's latest update adds support for Azure Data Lake, Bitbucket, Pipedrive, Eventbrite, and Infusionsoft. It also introduces HTTP authentication for third-party services and JSON parsing.
Microsoft Flow has been updated with several new services, including Stripe, Informix, and UserVoice. Several new features are also available, including improved email handling, local or network file system support, and the ability to search by service.
The last update of the year brings support for three new services, all highly requested by users of the automation platform.
The new run-now option enables quick and easy simulation with step-by-step feedback. Microsoft is also adding support for Buffer, Medium and other popular services.