Microsoft Flow

Microsoft announce that Microsoft Flow is generally available. What exactly is Flow? Well, it’s short for “workflow” and it’s there to help power users automate repetitive tasks.

There’s some guided learning available for Flow and this page ( shows an example: you could automatically add popular Twitter followers talking about your company as leads in Dynamics 365 and then send a follow-up email via Mailchimp.

And the licensing? Well, there are standalone Flow plans (Flow Free, Plan 1 and Plan 2) and it’s also included in some Dynamics 365 and Office 365 plans too which gives us a fourth set of features – “Flow for Office 365 and Flow for Dynamics 365”.

This page is a good resource to find out what’s included in what plan: and you can find the availability announcement here: