Microsoft adds new services to the Flow program
Microsoft Flow platform is growing day by day with the addition of new services. Today, Microsoft added some new services also to the Microsoft Flow application.
For the last update in 2016, they are adding support for three highly requested services. They are:
With Microsoft Flow integration, signing and getting documents signed using DocuSign can be even easier. Starting today, you can trigger flows based on whenever the status of the document changes, and can take a number of actions including both adding or removing signers from an existing document, or, creating a new document for signature.
SurveyMonkey is used by companies, organizations, and individuals to gather the insights they need to make more informed decisions. Microsoft Flow can be triggered in a number of different scenarios: such as when a new survey is created, or when someone adds a response to an existing survey.
Microsoft Flow now supports OneNote for notebooks that are hosted on Office 365 or OneDrive for Business. You can now to track new sections, create notes and more. They have specifically mentioned that they do not support personal notebooks – those that you connect to using a Microsoft Account and store in your personal OneDrive. But they are planning to support it in the future.