Tag: Microsoft Flow

How to Schedule Your Flow Recurrently

Microsoft Flow has been known to bring tremendous benefits, including convenience, to companies running business processes and tasks. Flow is known for being an expert in automating repetitive tasks. And one good feature about Flow is scheduling....

5 Ways to Make Your Flow Run Faster

Microsoft Flow is designed to create automated workflows between apps and services to synchronize files, get alerts, collect data, among others. You can create automated flows, button flows, scheduled flows, and business process flows. Although Flow contains convenient features in building flows, Flow users have notable experiences....

How to Use Common Data Service with Flow

A Common Data Service (CDS) is a cloud service provided by Microsoft that allows you securely store and manage data that’s used by your business applications like Dynamics 365, customer service or sales modules, apps inside Office 365 or SharePoint, and more....

Flow’s Best Practices, Tips, and Latest Feature

Businesses take advantage of automated workflows that are made possible by Microsoft Flow. Flow automates workflows between apps and services to get notifications, synchronize files, gather information, and more. Flow also vows to bring sophisticated business solutions when partnered with Power BI and PowerApps....

Get Notifications from Your Boss Using Flow in O365

There are times when you’re waiting for an important email from your boss, but you’re currently away from your workstation, out of the office, or bombarded with all other notifications. If you’re looking for a better way to get all the notifications from your manager, Microsoft Flow is here...

How to Copy Files in SharePoint Using Microsoft Flow

Microsoft Flow has made it easier to copy files from one SharePoint site to another. It has provided actions such as creating and copying a file. This has made it easier for users to sync files from one site to another. Here, we will try to copy files from one...