إن كنت مهتماً ب Microsoft Flow ،تابع غدا المؤتمر المباشر Microsoft Flow online conference 2019 والذي تستمر فعالياته لمدة 9 ساعات، وذلك عند الساعة الرابعة عصراً بتوقيت السعودية
يتخلل هذا المؤتمر 18 جلسة من الجلسات التعليمية، مدة كل جلسة 30 دقيقة فقط.
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تحديث 01/09/2019 بدأت الفعالية الآن
Getting Started with Flow Approvals
Organizational processes that require the approval of requests, documents, and other content are great candidates for automation using Microsoft Flow. Using the Flow approval features you can centralize approvals and save a significant amount of time.
In this session we will cover:
– How to create Flows to automate your approval processes
– Approval Flows that are natively built into SharePoint and how to configure them
– Ways you can review your approval requests, whether you are in the office or on the go
– The Flow Approval Center capabilitiesROOM 1Tue 7:30 AM — 30 min
Intro to CDS inside of Microsoft Flow
The Microsoft Common Data Service lets you securely store and manage data that’s used by business applications. Data within Common Data Service is stored within a set of entities. An entity is a set of records used to store data, similar to how a table stores data within a database.
Learn how the CDS ties into Flow, what Triggers and actions are available and how you can use this all.ROOM 1Tue 8:00 AM — 30 min
Things you should know before you Flow – aka Best Practices
Join Business Applications MVP Anton Robbins as he takes you through a guided journey of the things you MUST Know before you Flow.
In this session we will cover topics like:
– Naming Conventions
– How Expressions Work, and how to use them
– Copy & Paste
and so much more!ROOM 1Tue 8:30 AM — 30 min
Tell a Better Story with Flow
Great ideas don’t always break through the noise. Everyone needs inspiration. Your colleagues. Your customers. Even you. Building a narrative around Flow can help decision-makers and other influencers see the potential within the low-code revolution. Join us for a discussion around simple yet compelling use-cases and easy-to-use templates that just might help you introduce Flow to even the most skeptical among us.
In this session we’ll:
* Build out popular Flow templates
* Customize templates to enhance functionality beyond “out of the box”.
* Discuss what to look for in a “killer app” depending on your audienceROOM 1Tue 9:00 AM — 30 min
Delaying an email to certain individuals
In Flow you can delay sending an email to individuals. I show you how to use the delay action and use the list records action against CDS (common data service) for an email to be sent out at a desired date and time.ROOM 1Tue 9:30 AM — 30 min
PowerApps and Flow – A one-stop shop for social media communication
With the increasing number of data connections available, PowerApps with flow makes the cross-platform functionality easier than it has ever been. It’s because of this reason PowerApps can be a used as a central base used to send out communications to social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, Yammer, Slack and LinkedIn. This session includes a live demo and walk-through on how a single PowerApp can be used to send announcements. We’ll also see how Flow captures social media content and using Cognitive Services detects sentiment values to help analyze. Finally, we’ll see how Flow can post the comments on Microsoft teams as a central location to discuss the content.ROOM 1Tue 10:00 AM — 30 min
Scopes and run after. Make your Flow running errorless.
Have you seen the scope control in list of Flow’s actions? Have you ever thought how to use it and basically, why is it there?
Maybe you have also noticed the “run after” functionality?
If you haven’t had yet, or have had, but still in doubt how to, join this session!
* how and when to use those functionalities in your Flows
* how to create a try-catch constructions
* in which other patterns you can use them
Smart usage of scopes and run after functionalities helps your Flows to run really errorless. It’s really good to be familiar with them.ROOM 1Tue 10:30 AM — 30 min
Flow Pro Show Episode 7
The Flow Pro Show is a monthly webcast hosted by Daniel Laskewitz and Sandy Ussia, which features current Flow news, community contributions, and special guests or demos. This episode will air during the Microsoft Flow Online Conference, where we’ll include our usual features and also chat with Jon Levesque about the conference!ROOM 1Tue 11:00 AM — 30 min
Flow for SharePoint Designer Workflow Developers
Want to start creating Flows for you SharePoint sites? This session will show you how! We’ll show how you might be doing things now with Designer workflows and show you how to do it in Flow. Then, we’ll show you how to use Flow to do things never possible with Designer workflows. Attend this session and start creating Flows for SharePoint now!ROOM 1Tue 11:30 AM — 30 min
Get started integrating Cognitive Services in Model Driven Apps using Microsoft Flow
Join this session to learn how to make intelligent model-driven applications with Cognitive Services using Microsoft Flow. Microsoft Flow makes it easier than ever before to enhance applications with features such as sentiment detection, image predictions and advanced form reading features. This session covers how to get started implementing these features using standard connectors for Cognitive Services and basic HTTP requests in Microsoft Flow. The result? Easier, faster go-to-market applications that enhance customer and user experience/ROOM 1Tue 12:00 PM — 30 min
Using Adaptive Cards in Approvals and Microsoft Teams
Learn how to use the power of the Adaptive cards framework to compose richer messages that can be send to users of Microsoft Teams using the new features of the Microsoft Teams connector in Flow. We will also discuss how to send approvals to Teams users using Adaptive Cards.ROOM 1Tue 12:30 PM — 30 min
Power BI Streaming Datasets using Microsoft Flow
In this session we will explore creating Streaming Datasets in Power BI using Microsoft Flow to orchestrate the movement of data from varies sources into Power BI directly. We will also explore other ways to enhance the capabilities of Power BI by using Azure Cognitive Services to determine sentiment analysis of incoming data.ROOM 1Tue 1:00 PM — 30 min
You’ve got an error in your Flow? Great, let’s deal with it
You’ve just built your first “Hello, World!” flow. Now it’s time to get serious. One thing you need to consider is your error handling… because errors happen whether you like it or not. At times you may be able to capture errors and correct them before they cause a problem, while other times you wont.
In this session, I’ll be discussing techniques to identify errors, correct them in run-time, and report on them in various ways. If your Flows affect how your users work, then you shouldn’t miss this session.ROOM 1Tue 1:30 PM — 30 min
Sending .vcf contact cards using Flow
Isn’t it great to share your business card when you meet a new customer?
Only to realize that the customer lost the card and thus delayed reaching out to you or worst case scenario- they just forgot you.
Flow to the rescue!
Let’s say you are using PowerApps to collect all leads at a trade-show. When you hit submit to save it in a database, you can trigger a flow as well to email yours and your team/manager’s contact cards as a .vcf file. This way the customer can easily save the contact on his phone / laptop instead of typing/copying your name and other details.
The contact card can be created by manually entering the person’s details or by using the Office 365 Users connector.
This is an easy way to share your contact card and reduces the time and frustration for your customers to save your contact info.ROOM 1Tue 2:00 PM — 30 min
Getting started with Microsoft Flow custom connectors
This session is designed to get you started with creating your own custom connectors with Microsoft Flow. You will take a journey through the basic creation, creating connections and handling returned data. During this session we will use the Companies House API as an example of gathering UK based company information.ROOM 1Tue 2:30 PM — 30 min
Microsoft Flow and Azure DevOps – Real World Scenarios
Azure DevOps has become increasingly critical to a team’s success by providing tools and services that span the breadth of software development lifecycle. Microsoft Flow can help simplify and speed up your DevOps processes by automating common tasks, proactively monitoring work items, auto-requesting code reviews and much more. In the session we will look at some of the real world scenarios on how Microsoft Flow can empower teams to efficiently collaborate, track work and ship software faster with higher quality.ROOM 1Tue 3:00 PM — 30 min
5 Design Keys to make Flows run insanely fast
We have these amazing, business critical Flows – they are running perfectly.
But as the size of our business data increases, some of the designs are no longer so hot – the Flow runs slower and slower in production. When lots of people are triggering new Flow runs, it can’t keep up. There are bottlenecks in a Flow.
Even worse – system is now reporting API limits and heavily throttling our Flow – this makes an already slow situation even slower. Some updates are taking a lot longer to complete. Users aren’t happy.
Making Flows run fast requires tweaking our design – but there is a way to run Flows MUCH faster in the cloud, bringing down those 30-minute Flow runs to 30 seconds.
This session covers advanced topics with API Rate limit, Filter, Parallel, Compose and Batch.ROOM 1Tue 3:30 PM — 30 min