Microsoft Flow has been integrated with SharePoint document libraries, the tech company announced yesterday.
As part of Microsoft's "ongoing reinvention of business processes", modern lists were integrated with Flow, an app providing users with zero-code automation of common business processes and connections to many other enterprise and custom data services.
Microsoft said in their announcement that Flow is able to be launched interactively, on demand, using a button on modern lists and libraries.
With regard to practical use, the company cited the example of a user creating a document they want their team to read and update metadata to. The new integration empowers that user to build a Flow to inform the team and capture their feedback directly to document library columns as metadata.
Microsoft Flow integration will be rolled out to customers in the First Release program during March, with all other customers to follow.
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