Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Use the Microsoft Flow mobile app, part of Learning Microsoft Flow 2017.
- [Instructor] It's time to go mobile.…You can download a Microsoft Flow mobile app…from wherever you normally download apps.…I'm working in iOS on an iPhone,…so I have downloaded mine from the App Store…on my phone and I'm starting it up for the first time.…So, I'm prompted to get started,…and I have an account and it will ask me then…to enter my password and sign in.…Let's hope I got that right. It appears that I did.…Notice that I could sign in with a different account.…
So, I can have some flows for one organization…and flows for another on different email accounts.…That's helpful for me.…You may not need it, but it,…something I appreciate.…Flow is setting up for the first time, getting…everything ready, and immediately I'm seeing the flows…that I had created earlier, sorted by date of activity.…I can browse, and yes, create brand new flows here.…I can look at my flows and see when they were last run.…For example, here's one that says, Hasn't run recently,…one that 10 days ago had an issue.…
It has an exclamation point next to it, something it would…
- Summarize what a flow is and utilize the different types.
- Determine how to formulate a flow using a template.
- Explain how to test, edit and manage a flow.
- Construct a flow that adds a task.
- Identify how to manage and share flows.