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Microsoft Flow

Microsoft Flow Training

About This Course

In recent years, technology has been perpetually growing and rapidly flourishing all around us.
If we talk about our daily routine, several tasks need to be performed daily in our work, such
as: checking emails, scheduling internal or external meetings, monitoring business information,
among hundreds of other tasks. Conduct routine tasks like these practically and efficiently to
save time and still get the same results and quality. Microsoft envisioned and built Flow,
which answers many of the questions of how to automate routine work processes.

Microsoft Flow is cloud-based software that provides employees with the ability to create
automated workflows and tasks across multiple apps and services without the help of
developers. To create a flow, the user specifies what action should take place when a specific
event occurs.

Once a flow is created, it can be managed from the desktop, or through an app, on a mobile
device. Flow integrates with many Microsoft services and apps, including Power BI,
PowerApps, Dynamics 365 and Microsoft 365.

The functions are varied and depend on your needs. You can set it up so that you and your
collaborators receive an email each time an Microsoft 365 document is created, or an
automatic message is sent to your Slack channels when a Dropbox file is modified.

What We Offer

check below for our course descriptions

We offer a course in Microsoft Flow, and a custom Microsoft Flow course. The course can be delivered in 3-hour blocks, and scheduled in the morning, afternoon, or early evenings. Yes, we also provide weekend training classes.

Who should attend: 

This course is intended for anyone who is looking to increase their digital
productivity and collaborate with Dynamics 365.

Prerequisites: None
Duration: 3 Hours
Course Objectives:
Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to accomplish the following:
Save Gmail attachments to OneDrive;

Send an email to any audience when a Power BI data alert is triggered;

Copy SharePoint list items into a CSV every week;

Save tweets that include a specific hashtag to a SharePoint list;

Receive a push notification when you receive an email from your boss;
Create your own Flow.

Course Content

  • Integration with Microsoft Dynamics CRM. For example, when a new lead is captured
    and added to Microsoft Dynamics CRM, an automated workflow can be triggered to
    send the salesperson a notification – be it an email or text message to cell phone –
    with details about the lead.
  • Automate the file copying process. For example, when a new file is added to Dropbox
    or OneDrive, an automated workflow can immediately post a copy of the file to SharePoint.
  • Accumulate data using Workflows. If the user wants to know what people are saying
    about a specific brand, a trigger can be created that captures new tweets that mention the brand and stores a copy of each tweet in a database for mining and treatment.
  • Step by step for creating a workflow. There are hundreds of ready-made models with interactive interfaces, and you can modify them as much as you want.