Microsoft Flow: The Successor to SharePoint Designer Workflows Microsoft Flow is a new Office 365 service that can help you manage your data and workloads. Microsoft Flow enables you to synchronize
Microsoft Flow: The Successor to SharePoint Designer Workflows
Microsoft Flow is a new Office 365 service that can help you manage your data and workloads. Microsoft Flow enables you to synchronize files, collect information from users and systems, get notifications when specific actions have taken place, and much more.
During this session, you’ll get an introduction to the Microsoft Flow service, see several use cases, and learn how you can get started building flows. We’ll also discuss the future of SharePoint Designer and the road map for Microsoft Flow.
Daniel is a Microsoft Office Servers and Services MVP with 14 years’ experience building technology solutions, intranets and extranets. As a Practice Lead for InfoWorks, Daniel helps organizations of all sizes solve complex data challenges by implementing Office 365 and SharePoint without the need of customization and costly investments.
Daniel is a sought-after trainer, providing customized Power BI and Microsoft Flow training for companies around the world. He’s also passionate about giving back and building the Microsoft technical community. Daniel holds leadership roles in various local user groups, serves as an organizer for SharePoint Saturday Nashville, and is a co-host for the popular REgarding 365 “The Week That Was” show on REgarding365.com. You can follow Daniel online at https://DanielGlenn.com and @DanielGlenn on Twitter.
february 14 9:00am - february 14 11:30am