Microsoft Flow

The Redmond giant has released yet another update for its Automated service — Microsoft Flow. This is the last update of 2016 and the services that are being added in this update were the highly demanded/voted one. Each of these services are described below.


Having an efficient document signature process can be very important for you business. DocuSign is the most widely used eSignature and Digital Transaction Management platform in the world, and now, with Microsoft Flow integration, signing and getting documents signed can be even easier. Starting today, you can trigger flows based on whenever the status of the document changes, and can take a number of actions including both adding or removing signers from an existing document, or, creating a new document for signature.

DocuSign triggers and actions

Create your own flow from blank that uses any of the above actions and that matches your own business process, or you can see a couple of our pre-built templates for DocuSign.


Survey monkey triggers

SurveyMonkey is the world’s leading provider of web-based survey solutions. SurveyMonkey is used by companies, organizations, and individuals to gather the insights they need to make more informed decisions. Microsoft Flow can be triggered in a number of different scenarios: such as when a new survey is created, or when someone adds a response to an existing survey. See the templates we have for SurveyMonkey or build your own.

OneNote (Business)

Finally, we are adding support for OneNote for notebooks that are hosted on Office 365 or OneDrive for Business. You can now to track new sections, create notes and more – get started with over a dozen different templates for OneNote here.

OneNote Templates

Please note that Microsoft do not support personal notebooks at the moment but they are working to add that support in the future.
Do you use any of these services? Are you excited ? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.