Microsoft Flow

Microsoft Flow service has been upgraded and adds two new services plus the ability to manage flows in the Admin Center. It also added support for 5 new services and improved JSON, HTTP capabilities, recently.

These are the new services added today:

  • Azure Automation – Azure Automation provides tools to manage your cloud and on-premises infrastructure seamlessly.
  • Basecamp 2Basecamp 2 keeps people on the same page. No matter what your role is, everyone works toward a common goal: finishing a project together.

With this addition, a total of more than 100 different services are now able to work Microsoft Flow, with more being added in the future releases.

Also, for businesses, you can now manage all flows created in your environment with Microsoft Flow Admin Center. This has been one of the top requests from enterprise customers and now the admins can manage Flows for their company. Administrators can now view all flows, delete or disable a flow, and view the connections used in the flow.

To get started, head over to the Microsoft Flow Admin Center and log in with your corporate credentials. Note – You must have a Flow Plan 2 or PowerApps Plan 2 license to access the Admin Center.

Navigate to the Resources tab:

Here, you’ll see all the Flows created in your environment, across all users. You can delete any Flow or enable/disable it.

You can also view details about the Flow such as when it was Last Modified, Created Date, and the Connections used in the Flow.