Additional information for Microsoft Flow
Key features of Microsoft Flow
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- Customizable flows
- Conditional flows
- Automated approval workflows
- On-premise & cloud integrations
- Flow monitoring
- Email-triggered flows
- Customized data loss prevention policies
- Flow templates
- Multi-action flows
- Recurring flows
- Drag-and-drop workflow editing
- Data filtering & copying
- Multi-step workflows
- Workflow scheduling
- Flow publishing
- Android, iOS & Windows Phone apps
Multiple actions and advanced options can be added to flows with a single trigger, such as using an item added to SharePoint to trigger sending an email and creation of a file in Dropbox.
Recurring flows can be scheduled to perform single or multiple tasks once every minute, hour, or day, on a specified date, or after a defined number of minutes, hours, or days.
Automated workflows can be created to process approvals for requests or documents, with email notifications for approvers, and all approval requests accessible through a unified approvals center.
Data loss prevention (DLP) can be used to define which connectors can access or share business data, to prevent sensitive data from being published.
The native iOS and Android apps allow users to create automated workflows, generate and share buttons which trigger workflows with a tap, and receive push notifications for flow activity.