Wednesday, November 02, 2016

Microsoft’s IFTTT alternative is now open to everyone - The Verge

For an overview of some enterprise-oriented Flow features, see Announcing Microsoft Flow General Availability (Microsoft Flow blog)

"Microsoft Flow, the company’s own take on IFTTT, is officially available to the general public after being released in beta back in April. The tool lets you connect cloud services like Slack, G Suite, Twitter, Office 365, and Dynamics 365 to create action “Flows” for the workplace.

A Flow is an action that takes place after something else happens — like having a photo uploaded to Dropbox after emailing it to yourself. Unlike IFTTT, which lets you link two single actions with each other, Microsoft’s version can perform multiple actions in a single Flow. For example, you can choose to have a tweet containing a certain keyword trigger both a push notification and an email simultaneously instead of creating two separate recipes."
Microsoft’s IFTTT alternative is now open to everyone - The Verge
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