The Flow app is particularly useful for running button flows. This video demonstrates finding the appropriate Flow app for your mobile device.
- [Instructor] To quickly get a link to be able … to download the appropriate Flow mobile app, … simply go to the homepage of the Flow Portal, … click the download, and click Flow for Mobile … to load the Flow Mobile page. … You can either go directly to the iOS app store, … Google Play, or Microsoft, … or you can email yourself a download link to use later. … If you are already on your mobile device, … you can also simply go to the appropriate apps store … and search for Microsoft Flow … to download and install the app. … If you're working along with me, … take a moment now and download and install … the appropriate Microsoft Flow app for your mobile device. … …
AuthorGini von Courter
- Creating a button flow using a template
- Checking, saving, and testing your flow
- Testing the button app on a mobile device
- Managing and sharing button flows
- Building a flow that uses a trigger token
- Creating a flow that captures input
- Creating and testing a Flic flow
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Get Started with Button Flows
2. Create, Test, and Edit a Button Flow
3. Build Your Toolbox: Techniques for Button Flows
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