Use this simple Flow as a template to create the document location for a record in Dynamics 365 or your custom Dataverse application.
As you may have read, SharePoint 2010 Workflows are being retired. With their focus on newer tools and technology like Power Automate, Microsoft is encouraging their users to follow suit and adopt these tools quickly. Their statement read:
You can find the release notes at this link: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/business-applications-release-notes/april19/
Your boss may be a busy person. They may be out of pocket some days but still want to stay up to date on the sales process. This flow is an example of how to send text messages with Flow using Twilio. (Before you use Twilio in your Flow, you should create an account on their website and sign up for a trial).
Microsoft Flow and Microsoft Planner are both relatively new technologies in the world of Office 365. If you've spent some time with the Microsoft Planner connector, you may have noticed there are some pieces of functionality that are missing. After looking in the support forums, I found that a lot of people have been looking to use Flow to direct link to a Planner task (similar to when you get the over due notifications out of the box). There is a lot of confusion about having to use the Group ID to link to a task, but in fact there is another way. The method proposed below is similar to what is used in the SharePoint Starter Kit personal tasks web part. With this in mind, here is a method I use to direct link to a planner task in flow.
If you have a problem with your company intranet having stale content, this flow may be for you.
If you want to keep your company intranet from going stale, you can make the creation of content easy with Microsoft Flow.