Microsoft Flow now supports Microsoft Forms, email notifications on flow failures and more

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Microsoft yesterday announced several new updates for Flow, its workflow automation service. In addition to the new error handling actions which they added last week, they are now launching Flow failure emails that will be sent automatically. These failure emails will only be sent once a week, but you can configure it to get notified on every single failure.

You can now customize the set of columns that would appear in that HTML or CSV table using the new Select action. They have added support for Microsoft Forms. With this new connector, you can do things like get an email notification when a survey is filled out, send each form response out for Approval, adding the approved items to a SharePoint list and more. They have also made it easier to fill out the headers section of the HTTP action.

Learn more about these updates here.

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