Learn how to set up Flow to automate processes in OneDrive.
- [Instructor] If you receive lots of attachments,…and manually save these to OneDrive,…Microsoft Flow can save you time by automating this process.…While viewing the files document library,…select Flow, then select Create a Flow.…A panel displays to the right…showing popular automated processes…that you can set up.…If what you want to create is not listed here,…you can select Show more to see a full list.…Let's create the first one in the list.…Save Office 365 email attachments to OneDrive for Business.…
If this is the first time you are using Microsoft Flow,…select your country or region,…then select Get started.…The page updates to show the applications…that Flow will connect to.…Office 365 Outlook and OneDrive for Business.…Click Create Flow.…The new flow has been saved to the My Flows list.…All future email attachments…sent to your Office 365 mailbox…will be saved in a folder called email attachments.…Now you know how to set up a Flow…and be more efficient with managing received files.…
To learn more about OneDrive or browse our entire library…
- Creating new documents
- Sharing files and folders
- Coauthoring documents
- Managing file versions
- Attaching files in Outlook
- Syncing files
- Scanning documents
- Searching for content
- Accessing OneDrive from Teams and Microsoft Office
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