Microsoft Flow integration in SharePoint Online provides a very simple way to model common collaboration scenarios, such as send an OnDemand notification when a specific document has been uploaded to a document library or a list item has been created in a list. In this article I will show you how to create a simple Flow to send an OnDemand notification when a document is selected in a document library.
Aidan Finn shows you how to execute Azure Automation runbooks from your phone.
Jussi Roine shares the beginning stages of how he built a security surveillance system that integrates with Microsoft Azure and Windows 10.
Jussi Roine shows you how to build a production-ready solution using Office 365 and Microsoft Azure for locating your dearest and nearest colleagues when you’re out and about.
Todd and Shane cover the Microsoft Band’s new replacement policy, Microsoft Flow’s new services, Office Online Server adding support for Azure, why the cmd prompt will be with us forever, new PowerShell, and the downside of self-driving cars.
In today’s Ask the Admin, I’ll show you how to sign up for Microsoft Flow and create a simple workflow that posts a tweet with a hashtag from your Twitter account to your Slack channel.
In this post I’ll provide a brief overview of IFTTT and Zapier and Microsoft’s contribution to the user-friendly, user-powered workflow services tool, Microsoft Flow.