Back in April, Microsoft launched a new app in a beta form called Microsoft Flow.

Flow is Microsoft’s alternative option to the IFTTT service, it has been designed to connect to cloud services like Slack, G Suite, Twitter, Office 365, and Dynamics 365 to create Flows for the workplace. These flows are basically actions that can take place after something else happens.

For example, you could set to email a photo to you after you upload a photo to Dropbox.

With Flow, you can also link two single actions to each other, such having a tweet that contains a keyword triggering both a push notification and an email with the same Flow.

At the moment, it does on support 58 third-party apps, so don’t expect it to integrate as well as IFTTT does, however, that could certainly change in the future.

Microsoft Flow is now available for free, but can also be upgraded to a $5 a month subscription for more Flows, which you will need if you go over the 750 runs per month limit on the free version.

You can find out more at the source link below.

Source: Microsoft

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