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Microsoft Flow

Duration: 4 hours
Module Price: $180

The concept of automating processes has existed for as long as if not longer than computers themselves. Perhaps the most notable example is the Microsoft SharePoint Workflow. However, these workflows are naturally limited to the SharePoint platform, which in turn restricts the parts of these processes that can be automated. Introduced in 2016, Microsoft Flow takes the power of workflows to the next level by integrating over 100 platforms and services. In this class users will learn how to build simple and complex flows from the ground up, how to utilize the provided flow templates, and how to troubleshoot existing flows. Users will also learn how to utilize advanced flow functionalities, such as loops, delays, and conditions. No code is needed!

 

Introduction

  • What is Microsoft Flow?
  • Exploring the interface
    • Templates
    • My Flows
    • Settings
    • Types of services
      • Premium flows
      • Creating an account

 

Building a Basic Flow

  • Naming flows
  • Connecting services
  • Setting triggers
  • Exploring trigger settings
  • Setting actions
  • Exploring action settings
  • Testing flows
  • Examining and troubleshooting flow results

 

Building a Template Flow

  • Exploring featured templates
  • Exploring templates by service
  • Choosing and setting up templates
  • Customizing provided triggers and actions
  • Adding additional conditions and actions

 

Building an Advanced Flow

  • Conditions
  • Loop and delays
  • Recurring flows

 

Managing Flows

  • Editing existing flows
  • Sharing ownership
  • Turning flows on and off

 

Practice Flows

  • Social media flow (Yammer, Slack, etc.)
  • Notification flow
  • Event flow
  • SharePoint flows
  • OneDrive/Box/Dropbox/Drive flows

The concept of automating processes has existed for as long as if not longer than computers themselves. Perhaps the most notable example is the Microsoft SharePoint Workflow. However, these workflows are naturally limited to the SharePoint platform, which in turn restricts the parts of these processes that can be automated. Introduced in 2016, Microsoft Flow takes the power of workflows to the next level by integrating over 100 platforms and services. In this class users will learn how to build simple and complex flows from the ground up, how to utilize the provided flow templates, and how to troubleshoot existing flows. Users will also learn how to utilize advanced flow functionalities, such as loops, delays, and conditions. No code is needed!

 

Introduction

  • What is Microsoft Flow?
  • Exploring the interface
    • Templates
    • My Flows
    • Settings
    • Types of services
      • Premium flows
      • Creating an account

 

Building a Basic Flow

  • Naming flows
  • Connecting services
  • Setting triggers
  • Exploring trigger settings
  • Setting actions
  • Exploring action settings
  • Testing flows
  • Examining and troubleshooting flow results

 

Building a Template Flow

  • Exploring featured templates
  • Exploring templates by service
  • Choosing and setting up templates
  • Customizing provided triggers and actions
  • Adding additional conditions and actions

 

Building an Advanced Flow

  • Conditions
  • Loop and delays
  • Recurring flows

 

Managing Flows

  • Editing existing flows
  • Sharing ownership
  • Turning flows on and off

 

Practice Flows

  • Social media flow (Yammer, Slack, etc.)
  • Notification flow
  • Event flow
  • SharePoint flows
  • OneDrive/Box/Dropbox/Drive flows
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