Microsoft Flow, Power Apps and Dynamics ask Synergy Software Systems about the new features

September 27th, 2016 by Stephen Jones Leave a reply »

PowerApps is a service for creating, managing and using custom business apps across platforms. PowerApps connects to your existing systems and data sources securely, allows you to build apps, forms, and workflows without writing code, and lets you publish apps instantly for web and mobile

This is a short tutorial in PowerApps that includes a speed run (a fully functional app in 2.5 minutes) followed by a detailed explanation of the steps of the tutorial.

Its just been announced that Dynamics AX is now supported in Microsoft Flow for events/Tasks automation in Dynamics 365. Along with the Common Data Model and Microsoft PowerApps, another significant component of Dynamics 365 is the new cloud based event automation service from Microsoft called as “Microsoft Flow”.

Microsoft flow is a task/process/event automation service, that allows to execute certain event (Such as sending an email notification, Creating a new record, saving/sharing files and more) when another event happens. (Such as a new record is added to Common data model, a record is modified, a new person follows you on twitter and more).

Microsoft Flow is a service for automating workflow across the growing number of apps and SaaS services that business users rely on. Along with Dynamics CRM Online(For Sales/Project Services), CRM Online/Adobe Marketing cloud (For Marketing) and Dynamics AX (For Operations), some of the other significant components of the Microsoft Dynamics 365 cloud are the surrounding apps, such as the Microsoft PowerApps, Microsoft Flow, Power BI, Office 365 and more.

On the 25th September Microsoft added an important capability to Flow mobile apps – Flow creation, available both on iOS and Android apps. Now easily create a flow from your phone by just a few simple clicks. Browse our rich template gallery, navigate through our services list, or select a various template category to drill into. For a specific service or template, search the template gallery by keyword, and a list of results focused to your needs. Finally, after creating your flow, you can come back and edit or rename it directly from within the app, from the flow properties page.

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