Flow is a new service that makes it simple to mash up two or more Microsoft or public software services.
Microsoft launched an interesting new service called Flow last month. It allows you to easy to mash-up two or more different web services. More than 35 services are supported including Twitter, MailChimp, GitHub, OneDrive and Slack.
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Users can set up flows that instantaneously deal with critical emails, notify the whole team whenever a work item is updated, or capture, track, and follow up with new sales leads. Flow is a like a Swiss Army knife for cloud services.
Now Flow is also available through an app for the iPhone. The Flow app tracks and manages the automated workflows you have across the growing number of applications and SaaS services you rely on in your day-to-day work.
The app allows users to start and stop flows directly. Uses can review a detailed run history on specific flows and view and filter runs by notification type. The app is sending real time notifications for important events.
The Microsoft Flow app is available for free on iTunes. An Android app is in the works.
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