Microsoft Flow (MS Flow) is a powerful tool for Office 365 and Dynamics 365 that can be used to automate tasks and business processes.
It comprises of a set of rules that allows various apps to communicate with each other automatically once setup. These rules together create the flow activity.
In this post, we look at the most important benefits of the Flow app in Office 365.
Microsoft Flow was designed with automation in mind. Its main benefit is the automated scheduling of repetitive processes and tasks to enhance productivity and efficiency in the office, whether on-premises and remotely (supports iOS and Android devices).
The Flow app is accessible from Office 365. To get started, log in with your administrator rights and select My Flows to start creating an automated flow.
Microsoft Flow allows businesses to focus on critical business tasks and leave the nitty-gritty tasks on autopilot with the use of predefined sets of rules, also known as templates. There are various predefined tasks ready-made by users across the globe.
To create a flow, choose between thousands of existing template or start from scratch and set your actions to follow. Note that templates can only be used in the current setup, and the flow does not support as yet additional steps in between.