Share your Flows with Office 365 Groups and SharePoint Lists, Connector Updates, and Analytics with Error Details

This week, we’re introducing several new updates in Microsoft Flow. We have more sharing capabilities: share with SharePoint lists and libraries, and Office 365 modern groups. We also have a number of connector updates, and, new error analytics for understanding flow failures. — Lees op flow.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/share-with-sharepoint-office-365/

Communication options with Microsoft Kaizala, Flow & Teams

I’ve been the biggest fan of Microsoft Teams (6 months after) it got launched. I do still feel there’s a place for quick messages within a Team and also for larger groups of people who don’t belong to a Microsoft Team. Kaizala is a mobile app used for large group… — Lees op tracyvanderschyff.com/2018/05/11/communication-options-with-microsoft-kaizala-flow-teams/

Governing Yammer groups using Microsoft Flow

I’m currently helping a customer to rollout Yammer to ~4,000 employees across the world. The goal is to improve knowledge sharing and communication across locations, projects and departments. Microsoft Teams is also on the roadmap, and will be rolled out later this year. We have tailored Microsoft’s “Where to start the conversation” message and our… … Read moreGoverning Yammer groups using Microsoft Flow

Microsoft Teams Governance: How to Create a Channel Request Solution Using Flow

By default, every team member in Microsoft Teams can create channels in the teams they are part of. Without training and governance, this can lead to a lot of confusion, especially in larger organizations. When too many channels are created team members will struggle to know where to work on what type of content which… … Read moreMicrosoft Teams Governance: How to Create a Channel Request Solution Using Flow