TNWiki Article Spotlight – Automated approval Email on new item addition with Microsoft Flow


Hello everyone, I welcome all of you to our TNWiki Article Spotlight of Tuesday.

Today we are going to talk about Microsoft Flow. It is a product by Microsoft to help you setup automated workflows between services, files and SaaS applications. It has a concept of templates which are deigned for specific purpose. There are number of services available which you may call connectors as well. You can use triggers of very services to initiate your flow and with operations of services available, sky is the limit.

 

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Microsoft seems improving it constantly, with its latest update they have added support for Azure Data Lake, Bitbucket, Pipedrive, Eventbrite and Infusionsoft. It also introduces HTTP authentication for third-party services and JSON parsing which is awesome. The very article I have picked today talks about one of the implementation of Microsoft Flow to send automated approval email on new item added.

Microsoft Flow Send approval email when a new item is added demo by 

Very well written article, it would help you explore oen of the possibility with Microsoft Flow. I would now leave you with the article and would love to know if you have used Microsoft Flow to do something amazing. If that’s worth sharing, write about it on TechNet Wiki or share in comments below.

 

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Comments (5)

  1. Vivek Jagga says:

    Thanks Saad Mahmood for sharing info on MS Flow. Micosoft Flow is very powerful product that work on Action and Trigger, based on “If this then that” model.

    In addition to above mention article, check also channel9 video on MS Flow @ https://channel9.msdn.com/Blogs/Seth-Juarez/What-is-Microsoft-Flow

  2. Noman says:

    Thank ya so much saad for sharing this. Is there any applications related to that. Kindly suggest though they are not available on official store, I can search third party sources external link was removed

  3. Great pick. Articles on Flow are really needed now.

    1. Thanks Arleta for your kind words.. I will try to write more articles on that.

  4. pituach says:

    Thanks for sharing 🙂
    The article could be improved a lot by adding TOC and some more missing sections

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