Microsoft has this week unveiled a new competitor to IFTTT (If This Then That), called Flow, it is version similar to IFTTT in that you can create flows (recipes) to automate tasks.

For example, you could create one that will automatically post a WordPress post when your Tweet, or save an image to your Dropbox when you post to Instagram, and a lot more.

Flow is currently only in preview at the moment, however, it does already allow for these kinds of features with a number of services that include Office 365, Dropbox, Twitter, Slack, Google Drive and a few more.

They have already released a few templates for these services to give you an idea of what you can do with Flow, here they are:

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Earlier today, they announced this in a blog post earlier today, however, they did quickly remove that for some reason that we don’t yet know about, it’s especially strange since the Microsoft Flow website is up and running.

Currently, Microsoft Flow is only available in preview, and we don’t yet know when it might be available to the public, however, if you are interested, you can find out more about it at the source link below.

Source: Microsoft Flow

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