Microsoft Flow updated with support for Microsoft Kaizala, improved Flow Buttons and more

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This was a big week for Microsoft Flow. Flow team announced several new updates for Flow service and Flow buttons and more. Users were able to use buttons to trigger flows on demand, gather user inputs (such as text, or dropdown of values), and more. With this week’s update, users can create or run buttons which support image uploading. For example, you can use a button to send a capture of the whiteboard the all meeting attendees. Buttons on the mobile phone now remembers user’s recent inputs for quick triggering. Also, the mobile app has a much improved first-run experience, including the ability to seamlessly sign-in to Microsoft Account without requiring users to re-enter your credentials. You can learn more about it here.

Microsoft this week added support for following new connectors:

  • Content Moderator – Content Moderator is a Microsoft Cognitive Services product which provides machine-assisted moderation of text and images for potentially offensive or unwanted content, augmented with built-in human review tools
  • Docparser – Extract data from PDF files & automate your workflow with our reliable document parsing software.
  • Microsoft Kaizala – Microsoft Kaizala is a mobile app that helps you connect with your entire mobile workforce and supply chain, organize and allocate tasks more efficiently with built-in and custom Actions, and get actionable information and insights to accelerate decision-making.
  • Pitney Bowes Data Validation – Pitney Bowes Data Validation Services helps eliminate errors in data and improve customer experience. It makes communication easier, faster and effortless by enriching customer details, keeping it up-to-date and maintaining its accuracy and consistency.

Flow users can now put an Apply to each step inside of another Apply to each step. For example, they can use the Office 365 Users connector to search for users in your directory. Learn more about this week’s update here.

More about the topics: Flow Buttons, Image uploading, Microsoft Flow, Microsoft Kaizala, nested apply