Microsoft Flow training makes it possible for you to take processes that use one, or perhaps several, Microsoft applications, and create automated workflows. This course helps you get started using Flow. First, learn about the types of flows and how to run a flow. Next, learn how to create flows from a template, and see an example using flows to automate the storage of email attachments. Then, explore how to use the Flow mobile app to do things like track working hours and post updates in Yammer. Additionally, watch a walkthrough of how to create an approval flow, including how to define the trigger, add actions, and set conditions. Finally, discover how flows can be managed and analyzed.Microsoft Flow is a cloud-based service that makes it practical and simple for line-of-business users to build workflows that automate time-consuming business tasks and processes across applications and services. Microsoft Flow is a SaaS (Software as a Service) offering for automating workflows across the growing number of applications and SaaS services. Microsoft Flow makes it possible to automate scenarios. Business users can connect their accounts, take advantage of pre-built templates, and create their own flows in an easy visual designer that works anywhere on the web.
The course is designed for non-technical Office 365 users who need to automate tasks and processes.
Basic Windows and Microsoft Office skills are required. No prior Flow experience is necessary.
Module 1: Microsoft Flow Overview
Module 2: More about Microsoft Flows
- Lesson 1 : Microsoft Flow Templates
- Lesson 2 : Flow Supported Data sources
- Lesson 3 : Publish a template.
- Lesson 4 : Create flows from a Microsoft Teams template.
- Lesson 5 : Flows with many steps.
- Lesson 6 : Run tasks on a schedule.
- Lesson 7 : Create an approval flow.
- Lesson 8 : Watch a flow in action.
Module 3: Get Started with Flow
- Lesson 1 : Introducing Microsoft Flow
- Lesson 2 : Create your first flow
- Lesson 3 : Learn to use the Microsoft Flow mobile app
- Lesson 4 : Receive text and email notifications from flows
- Lesson 5 : Copy files with flows
- Lesson 6 : Create recurring flows
- Lesson 7 : Post tweets with Microsoft Flow
- Lesson 8 : Create team flows
- Lesson 9 : Troubleshoot flows
- Lesson 10 : Check your knowledge
Module 4: Build more complex Flow
- Lesson 1 : Learn to build more complex flows
- Lesson 2 : Build an approval request
- Lesson 3 : Build a flow that processes an approval request
- Lesson 4 : Create a flow that stores documents
- Lesson 5 : Build a flow that uses information like locations or date
- Lesson 6 : Build a flow accepts user input when run
- Lesson 7 : Learn to build a flow that runs at recurring time intervals
- Lesson 8 : Build a flow that runs when an event in Dynamics 365 occurs
- Lesson 9 : Build a flow that uses SQL
- Lesson 10 : Integrate PowerApps, Flow, and SharePoint
- Lesson 11 : Create a business process flow
- Lesson 12 : Create a business process flow that has conditions
- Lesson 13 : Monitor flows
- Lesson 14 : Learn to build more complex flows
Module 4: Sharing Flows
Module 5: Administer your Flows
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