• Automation With Microsoft Flow
Originally published: 15/04/2019 10:04
Publication number: ELQ-16669-1
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Automation With Microsoft Flow

Use Microsoft Flow to automate processes across applications

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This is an Explainly Quick Tip! Explainly Quick Tips cover topics that we, at Explainly, consider interesting and helpful while being doable in three minutes or less.

For this Quick Tip, Philip will show you how to use Microsoft Flow to build simple automation processes that can interact across multiple online applications. Using YouTube and Twitter as an example, this video will show you how to create a Microsoft Flow that notices when a specific user channel has a new video uploaded and then tweets out the link to your twitter followers.

To replicate this, you will need an Office 365 account and access to the Microsoft Flow application, a YouTube account, and a Twitter account. All processes are performed using web applications.

There are no other requirements for following along with this video.

The video covers this concept in under 3 minutes. There are many pre-defined Microsoft Flow templates available for interacting with applications such as DropBox, Outlook, Twitter, and many more with more being released every day. Creating automation tools is within your reach, so go check it out!

If you have any tasks that you struggle with or would like to know how to do with Excel, or other tools, send your suggestions to me on Eloquens via message and perhaps you'll be the inspiration for my next quick tip!

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