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How to Share a Flow (Two Methods)

Ever wonder if fellow colleagues would benefit from automations (flows) that you have created?    Well here are two methods for sharing those flows:   For those visual learners check out this short How-to video.

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5 Behaviors Organizations Should Adopt in 2021

Here we are! 2021!  We got off to a bumpy start, but I believe there is reason to be hopeful for a fantastic year!  As we move into 2021 and look at the technology landscape of Microsoft 365, we have a lot of companies who have suddenly been thrust into the cloud.   Some just did the bare minimum to get by while others opened up a whole new world  to their user and the dust is still settling.

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Microsoft Teams Templates: How to get more from Microsoft Teams

Do more with Advanced Microsoft Teams Templating 

Microsoft Teams is an incredibly powerful collaboration tool. It is essential to maintain consistency throughout Microsoft Teams with teams, channels, tabs and more to provide a predictable user experience and adoption growth curve through utilizing Microsoft Teams Templates.  

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Approving and Routing Item Attachments with Power Automate

This post has been updated to reflect the new name of Microsoft Flow: Power Automate.  

Document approval processes are a common business scenario.  When we send request document approvals in Power Automate we typically point users back to a SharePoint item or document, but in this post I will show you how to approve a request item and then route its attachments a separate document library. 

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An Office 365 Users Guide to Power Apps & Power Automate (Flow) Licensing

Licensing for Microsoft products and services is often confusing, befuddling, or downright incomprehensible. The licensing for Power Apps and Power Automate is no exception, mostly due to two major sets of changes in 2019 and several minor changes during the life of the products. The goal of this article is to clear up as much of the confusion as possible by documenting Power Apps and Power Automate licensing.

This blog post was last updated on July 2, 2021.

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