Automating Your Work with Microsoft Flow

Have you been using SharePoint workflows, and now you are wondering what to think about Microsoft Flow? This session covers the creation of flows in Office 365, with specific examples of integration across line-of-business systems and SharePoint / Email. This session also includes specific examples and demonstrations of translating business processes from SharePoint Designer workflows to Microsoft Flow.

In this session you will learn:

  • How to get around in the Flow interface
  • What actions are available for SharePoint automation
  • How to troubleshoot workflow issues
  • Useful examples of common integrations across multiple servers and systems
  • Pros and cons of moving to Microsoft Flow

This session was delivered at the Collab365 Global Conference 2016 and was presented by Laura Rogers.

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About The Author
- Laura Rogers​ is a SharePoint expert, speaker, author and educator. She is well-versed in helping organizations make the most of their SharePoint environments using out-of-box functionalities such as workflows, forms and Web parts. She is the owner of IW Mentor,​ a ​ SharePoint ​t​raining ​c​ompany. Laura’s technical expertise also includes over 12 years of experience working with Microsoft’s messaging and collaboration systems. She has been named a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for the past six years. ​Laura runs the Birmingham (AL) SharePoint User Group. She has contributed to several books on SharePoint 2007, 2010 and 2013 over the past eight years. You can read more about Laura’s experiences on her blog, www.wonderlaura.com.

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