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Category: Microsoft Flow

Pro Tip for Getting Started with Flow’s Get Items & Get Records Actions

I have been having a bit more fun recently with using Microsoft Flow to help automate more of the manual (aka boring) tasks that I have to do in a given week. I thought I would share a quick “Pro Tip” for those who are just getting into building workflows. The Get Records, Get Items, ...

Automating the sending of presentation slides using Microsoft Forms & Microsoft Flow

This past weekend I had the distinct pleasure of being able to co-present with one of my Slalom colleagues on “Leveraging Office 365 Services to Drive Office 365 Adoption”at SharePoint Saturday NYC. This was a new talk for me and I was very excited to try it out at one of my favorite events. One ...

Using Microsoft Flow Get Items Action and Filter by E-mail address of a Person Field

This blog post is going to win an award for best title ever. 🙂 A colleague and I were working on a problem where we wanted to aggregate all the list items that were assigned to a particular person, and then send them an aggregated e-mail in a simple HTML table. Sounds easy enough right? ...

Is Microsoft Flow the replacement for SharePoint Workflows?

I recently had the privilege to co-present a session on Microsoft Flow & PowerApps at the Microsoft Beyond US Roadshow in Hartford. I am a huge fan of Microsoft Flow and have done several sessions on showing how you can orchestrate data across Dropbox, OneDrive, SharePoint & Salesforce with clicks & not code. One of ...

Leveraging Microsoft Flow to Capture #YammerWins for Knowledge Management

First off – I want to give credit to Naomi Moneypenny for the idea of tagging threads in Yammer with #YammerWin. (Or at least I believe it was her) I think that’s a brilliant idea and helps to demonstrate that you would use a product like Yammer for more than just water cooler gossip. When ...