Microsoft Flow has some fantastic capabilities and connections that make it a great tool for automating actions and approvals in Office 365.

Learn successful tips and tricks for user adoption and getting users started with Microsoft Flow!

Do you have power users that would like to get more out of Office 365? Are there teams and departments that could be greatly benefiting from some easy process automation?

Learn this and more as we answer:

  • What are some common Flow use cases and how to get started
  • How to determine what tasks may be ripe for automation
  • Tips and tricks to using the solution
  • How to backup and govern all the Office 365 data you're manipulating with Flow
  • Enabling in-place restores with Office 365 Backup maintain GUIDs, so you wont break your Flows if you do a restore!

Unsere Experten

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Hunter Willis

AvePoint, VP Richmond SharePoint User Group, MSCA O365

Hunter Willis has been in web development, SEO and Social Media marketing for over a decade, and entered the SharePoint space in 2016. Throughout his career he has developed internal collaboration sites, provided technical and strategic advice, and managed solutions for small to large organizations.

In addition, Hunter has served as a strategy consultant for many companies and non-profits in the Richmond area. Hunter continues to work directly with non-profits in his spare time, and works full time as a Solutions Engineer at AvePoint.

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Melissa Hubbard

Project Manager, WithumSmith+Brown

Melissa Hubbard is a SharePoint and Office 365 consultant who specializes in easy to use solutions for simplifying and automating business processes. She comes from a project management background and is experienced in requirements gathering and providing SharePoint end user support and training.

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Jon Levesque

Senior Platform Evangelist, Microsoft

Jon Levesque is a Senior Program Manager Leading the pillars of Community, Evangelism, and Engagement for the Microsoft Flow product. Through Blogging, Video Production, Storytelling, and Community Building, he grows awareness of, and more importantly, the everyday usage of the product.