Building an ecosystem of open source connectors

We continue to release connectors for Microsoft PowerApps and Microsoft Flow taking the number of connectors available to over 250. As the number grows, we would like to empower the wider community to maintain these connectors. We now open source our connectors on GitHub. Our ability to open source connectors is made possible through two new exciting features: the Microsoft Power Platform Connectors CLI can be used to download, create, or update any custom connector and template-based policies can be used to modify the runtime behaviors for custom connectors.

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Introducing HTTP and Custom Connector Support for Data Loss Prevention Policies

Hello Flow Fans! FIRST! We want to thank Dorian Stubblefield who joined the Flow team as an intern from Washington University in St. Louis for driving the implementation of this feature And now onto the post! We have made some recent investments into our Data Loss Prevention (DLP) capabilities. More specifically, we are adding support …

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Intermediate | Flow of the Week: Automating Change Management Processes

Change Management processes are important to organizations to ensure work is scheduled, prioritized, repeatable and that oversight has been applied. However, a problem may arise if organizations layer too many levels of bureaucracy on top of these processes. But, the good news is that Microsoft Flow can automate many Change Management processes that allow organizations to achieve their Change Management goals, without accruing inefficiencies. In this weeks blog, we take a look at how Change Management notification processes can be streamlined using Microsoft Flow and ServiceNow.

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Advanced | Flow of the Week: Localize messages used in Flows using JSON object variables

Object variables can be used to provide “lookup table” functionality to Flows that need to initialize sets of variables together. The coalesce function can help with “fallback” or default behavior for keys that aren’t found in the table. This Flow of the Week will show how to use this technique to select sets of localized strings for use in easily generating emails in different languages from a single Flow.

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Advanced | Flow of the Week: Filtering Data with OData

A question that we frequently receive is how can I filter out data before it gets to Microsoft Flow? The answer to this question is: OData filter queries. In this blog post we are going to cover some of the most popular OData filter queries using some of our most popular connectors including SQL Server, Dynamics 365 and SharePoint Online.

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Advanced | Flow of the Week: Selective calendar event sync using Condition advanced editor mode and Boolean expressions

Some of the most popular Flow templates sync calendar events from one service to another (Office 365 to Google, Google to Office 365). I’ve found these useful, but I don’t want all events synced. In this post I’ll show how to use the Flow designer to write more complex Boolean logic in the “Condition” card’s advanced editor. This Boolean logic will help my Flow select only the events I care about syncing (using the body, subject, and/or time of the event). Along the way I’ll show how to use other Flow features like the “Control” connector to terminate a Flow run, datetime manipulation and formatting, and preventing infinite loops.

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