To login to the Flow preview, browse to flow.microsoft.com. Before you can create flows, you need to sign up for Flow. You can use a work, school, or personal email account to login.
- [Narrator] If you have an Office 365 account…or if you have SharePoint online or Dynamics…you can go to the app launcher or waffle and click…and you will find Microsoft Flow right here.…And click and you will be taken to…hi, welcome to Flow.…So that you can quickly begin work with Office 365.…What if you don't have an Office 365 account?…Well, simply open your browser and go to flow.microsoft.com…and choose sign up for free.…You'll be prompted to sign in with your email and let's…say for example that I use a Gmail account, it will tell…you if you use a work or school email instead you will…be able to access premium connectors…and organization features.…
So it will encourage me to try to use my work or school…email accounts.…This is a clue that you could actually have two different…Microsoft Flow accounts.…Because your Flow accounts are tied to your email address.…Therefore if you wanted to do work for your organization…you can use your organizational email.…And if you want to create flows for your own use you…
- 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