Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Create a flow that adds a task, part of Learning Microsoft Flow 2017.
- [Instructor] The templates that are available…in the events and calendar templates…are used to create not just events and calendar items…but also to create tasks and they're very popular.…What I would like to do is create a flow…that takes an email sent to me…and if it is a high importance email,…creates a to-do item on Wunderlist.…Before I do that, I'd like to take a look at the connectors.…Because when I choose a connector like Office 365 Outlook,…I can click and get a list of triggers…and these are important to me…because what I want to know is what are the events…that happening in Outlook that allow me to launch a flow?…The first is a new email arriving.…
The second is an email that is flagged…and this allows me to have an email come in…and flag it so I'm really manually triggering this action.…Third, when a new email arrives in a shared mailbow,…then four items, version one and version two of new events.…Calendar events being created or modified…and events include appointments…and then finally when an incoming event is starting soon.…
- What is Flow?
- Creating a flow with a template
- Testing, editing, and managing flows
- Finding the right template
- Creating a flow that adds a task
- Creating and using an approval flow
- Using the Microsoft Flow mobile app
- Managing and sharing flows