Microsoft Flow grabs much-needed features on Android

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It has been a while since Microsoft launched its Flow service. Following the service’s initial launch, the company introduced a feature-packed app for iPhone devices. However, when the software giant launched the app on Android, things weren’t looking very good as it was missing some of the core features of the service. Today, Microsoft is bringing some of those features to the app, making it much more useful than it was previously. That’s because the update now allows users to create flows from templates, which means you don’t have to spend time figuring out which services you should connect in a flow.

Alongside the ability to create flows, Microsoft has also added the ability to browse all the templates and services by categories, making it a lot easier to navigate around the app and find exactly what you’re looking for. To make things even easier, the app also allows you to quickly search for templates and services by keywords. For example, if you are looking for templates for Outlook, you can simply search things like “mail” or just “outlook”.

In addition to these features, the update brings another much-needed feature: the ability to manage existing flows. With the latest update, users of Microsoft Flow can now delete, rename, and edit their existing flows on their Android smartphone.

It is worth mentioning that Microsoft Flow is still in a preview on Android, and it’ll likely improve over the coming weeks just like its iPhone app. If you want to try out Microsoft Flow on your Android device, just head over to the Play Store by clicking on this link.

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