IFTTT is one of the most useful online services. Today, Microsoft is taking on IFTTT with its new service called “Flow”. The company is launching the preview of Flow today, and it works almost like IFTTT. Unlike IFTTT, Flow isn’t mostly focused on consumers — instead, it’s mostly focused on enterprise integrations. Flow lets you automate your workflow, and be more productive. With Flow, you can setup GitHub to automatically send a Slack notification and add a card in Trello when a new issue is submitted. Additionally, you can also archive your tweets to OneDrive, which is also an interesting flow. There are more than 35 connections available on Flow, which you can check out here.
Microsoft Flow is live right now, and you can check it out here.