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Posts Tagged ‘Microsoft Flow’

February Webinar: Three Flows to Charge Up Your Sales

Work Less and Do More With Power Automate! Everyone is looking for more time in the day. Power Automate enables you to work less and accomplish more. With Power Automate, you can automate repetitive, mundane tasks allowing you to focus on other things. Watch your productivity go through the roof! Charge up your sales with […]

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Now Is The Time For The Dynamics 365 Unified Interface

Why Now? Back in September 2019, Microsoft announced that on October 1, 2020, the Classic UI for Dynamics 365 would no longer be available. Another important thing to note is that you may already be scheduled for an upgrade and not know it! Fellow Microsoft MVP, Gus Gonzalez, posted a great video tackling this topic. […]

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On-Demand Microsoft Flow for Dynamics 365 and PowerApps

Why this post? This post is a segment of something I covered during my User Group Summit 2019 session. This session was called "Triple Threat - Microsoft Flow, Dynamics 365, and You". During this session I covered various ways you can utilize Microsoft Flow with Dynamics 365. If you attended the User Group Summit 2019 […]

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La différence entre Microsoft Flow et les workflows du CRM

NB: Microsoft Flow a depuis été renommé Microsoft Power Automate, mais les capacités offertes restent les mêmes.   On a beaucoup entendu parler de « One Microsoft » ces dernières années, une refonte de la structure organisationnelle de Microsoft connectant tous les aspects de la compagnie. En décloisonnant ses départements et équipes, Microsoft cherche à augmenter la […]

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Microsoft Flow versus CRM Workflows: What’s the Difference?

Edit: Microsoft Flow has since been renamed Microsoft Power Automate, but the capabilities it offers remain the same.   We’ve heard a lot about “One Microsoft” these past few years, a restructuring of Microsoft’s organizational structure that connects together all aspects of the company. By eliminating silos between departments and teams, Microsoft sought to increase […]

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Highlights of Upcoming Dynamics 365 October 2019 Updates

Setting the Stage During the recent Microsoft Business Applications Summit, Microsoft announced the availability of the "2019 Release Wave 2 Plan". The Release Plan covers all of the upcoming updates for Dynamics 365 and the Power Platform (PowerApps, Microsoft Flow, and Power BI). For many CRM users the breadth of areas to keep up with […]

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An Introduction to the Microsoft Power Platform

Imagine…One app platform for Office 365 and Dynamics 365. Well, now you don't have to imagine anymore. Microsoft Power Platform is here! What is the Microsoft Power Platform? Power Platform combines the robust power of PowerApps, PowerBI, and Microsoft Flow into one powerful business application platform -  providing quick and easy app building and data insights. Each […]

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New Features in Dynamics 365: Using PowerApps and Microsoft Flow with CRM

Microsoft Mechanics is a YouTube channel that appeals to power users and developers on Microsoft Products. In this recent video, Luis Camino demonstrates how PowerApps and Microsoft Flow can be used to build custom Line of Business (LOB) apps which integrate Dynamics 365 data and processes with other applications.   Dynamics 365 Enterprise Subscriptions includes […]

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New Feature in Dynamics 365 : Using PowerApps and Microsoft Flow with CRM

Microsoft Mechanics is a YouTube channel that appeals to power users and developers on Microsoft Products. In this recent video, Luis Camino demonstrates how PowerApps and Microsoft Flow can be used to build custom Line of Business (LOB) apps which integrate Dynamics 365 data and processes with other applications.   Dynamics 365 Enterprise Subscriptions includes […]

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One of the newest services from Microsoft is Flow - a cross application workflow and integration tool very similar to more established services like IFTTT and Zapier. Even though the service has been out of preview only since November 2016 it already integrates more than 80 services, with more coming on each month. January 2017 […]

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