Creating Flows in Microsoft Flow

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Microsoft Flow is an Office 365 service designed to automate your workflows. Learn how to sign in and begin using Flow, create new flows and integrate your favorite services, troubleshoot flow failures, and request approvals.


  • connect to Flow
    navigate the Flow interface
    discover Flow templates
    create a flow from a Flow template
    create a flow from scratch
    modify or remove flow actions
    add conditions to your flow
    use flows
    manage your flow
    create a flow from SharePoint
  • create a flow from OneDrive
    create scheduled flows
    view your flow activity
    solve flow failures
    manage connections in Flow
    request a simple approval on SharePoint or OneDrive
    create an approval flow
    manage approval requests in Flow
    share a flow
    manage shared flows


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    Completely online, the Microsoft Flow application will allow you to connect your applications to each other by automating tasks that require multiple applications. In order to use Flow, you'll need to connect to your Office 365 account. FREE ACCESS
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    In order to use the Flow platform more effectively, it's important to know how to get around the interface. In this tutorial, you will see how to locate the key features and see how the tools of this platform work. FREE ACCESS
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    3.  Discovering templates in Flow
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    Flow offers a large selection of templates to help you get started with creating useful flows. See how to find and browse the template gallery to find the template that meets your needs. FREE ACCESS
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    4.  Creating a flow from a template
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    To start using flows, the easiest option is to use templates. See how to select, connect and configure your template flow. FREE ACCESS
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    5.  Creating a flow from scratch
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    If you can't find any templates that meet your needs, you can create your own flow from scratch. See how to choose the connectors, triggers and actions to automate your workflow. FREE ACCESS
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    6.  Modifying or removing actions in Flow
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    If the flow or the organization of your flow is not working for you, it is possible to move actions and connectors. See add additional actions as well as remove actions you no longer need in order to complete your flow. FREE ACCESS
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    7.  Adding conditions in Flow
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    Once you know how to create simple flows, you can start adding conditions. This will allow you to follow a well-defined order according to the trigger. FREE ACCESS
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    8.  Using flows
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    When the trigger element of a flow is set off, for example receiving an email, all the actions you have defined will run automatically. See how to follow the steps and phases of the flow history. FREE ACCESS
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    9.  Managing your flow
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    Once your flow has been created, you may need to change a step as well as add or remove items. See how to access the flow options to modify and delete your flow. FREE ACCESS
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    10.  Creating a flow from SharePoint
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    The advantage of using Office 365 is that all the applications are connected to each other. Save time by creating a flow directly from SharePoint, in order to automate processes such as a validation or modification of a document. FREE ACCESS
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    11.  Creating a flow from OneDrive
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    Even though your documents may automatically appear on OneDrive, you can go further automating actions by creating a flow directly from your OneDrive for Business interface. FREE ACCESS
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    12.  Creating scheduled flows
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    Run your applications independently: tell Flow to perform a task for you by creating the flow and connecting the corresponding applications. You will be able to define the frequency and recurrence of this task within the flow configurations. FREE ACCESS
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    13.  Viewing your flow activity
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    Creating flows enables you to manage your workflows seamlessly. In order to achieve this, your flows will always be running in the background. See how to consult and view the activity logs for your flows. FREE ACCESS
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    14.  Solving flow failures
    4m 34s
    Whether you've just created a flow or your flows have been running for a while, you may come across a failure notification. See how to identify and resolve common error as well as how to find all your errors in one location via the activity menu in Microsoft Flow. FREE ACCESS
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    15.  Managing connections in Flow
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    When you create flows that use multiple applications, you will be prompted for a connection from the Flow app to connect to a specified service. In this module, you will see how to find connections and manage them in case changes need to be made. FREE ACCESS
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    16.  Requesting a simple approval in Flow
    4m 28s
    Learn how to request approval from the relevant team or manager for actions on SharePoint or OneDrive. In this tutorial, you will see how to activate approval requests directly from these applications. FREE ACCESS
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    17.  Creating an approval flow
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    The Flow Approvals tab allows you to quickly create requests for multiple applications, whether they are Office services or not. Learn how to create and use this type of flow. FREE ACCESS
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    18.  Managing approval requests in Flow
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    If you are a manager or you are managing a project, you will receive sign-off requests for approval from your employees. In this module, you will see how to validate these requests as well as manage your own requests with Microsoft Flow. FREE ACCESS
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    19.  Sharing a flow
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    If you would like to share your flow with another user, you have multiple options. See how to export a flow as well as share flows directly with other users. FREE ACCESS
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    20.  Managing shared flows
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    Once you have either shared your flows or someone has shared a flow with you, you will need to know how to find and manage your shared flows. See how to find and modify your shared permissions with Microsoft Flow. FREE ACCESS


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