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Flow for SharePoint

Course Number: 3252
Duration: 4 hours
Module Price: $180

Workflows have been hallmark power-user features of the Windows Server platform since 2003. While powerful, the utilization of workflows has been limited by their scope or lack of user-friendly tools. With the introduction of Flow, the barrier to entry has dropped dramatically. In this class users will be introduced to the Flow platform. Users will learn how to build their own flows and simple PowerApps, create Approval workflows, and even automate the process of migrating content from OneDrive for Business to a SharePoint library. No code is needed!

Workflows have been hallmark power-user features of the Windows Server platform since 2003. While powerful, the utilization of workflows has been limited by their scope or lack of user-friendly tools. With the introduction of Flow, the barrier to entry has dropped dramatically. In this class users will be introduced to the Flow platform. Users will learn how to build their own flows and simple PowerApps, create Approval workflows, and even automate the process of migrating content from OneDrive for Business to a SharePoint library. No code is needed!

Basic working knowledge of SharePoint 

Workflow Basics

  • What’s a workflow?
  • Overview of SharePoint workflow tools
  • Accessing PowerApps and Flow
  • Importing a custom list from Excel

 

Creating a PowerApp

  • What’s a PowerApp?
  • Creating PowerApps from SharePoint
  • Managing existing PowerApps
  • Setting screen layout and sorting order
  • Formatting text, managing settings, and branding
  • Customizing app details and editing forms
  • Updating the data source for an app
  • Updating app forms
  • Applying conditional formatting to a control

 

Automating a SharePoint List Using Flow

  • What’s Flow?
  • Creating a Flow for a SharePoint list
  • Adding data using a mobile app
  • Viewing Flow results

 

Copying Files between OneDrive for Business and SharePoint

  • Designating a source folder
  • Creating a source library
  • Adding a file to OneDrive

 

Approval Workflows Using Flow

  • Designating a library for content approval
  • Determining results (If approved, approve and move to a new library.)
  • Adding and approving files

 

Cross-Post between SharePoint Lists and Flow

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