Tip #1172: Make your CDS environments visible with a touch of Flow

Red valve

As the Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement platform converges with PowerApps and CDS, one of the benefits is that also the concepts of Dynamics 365 instances and PowerApps environments will become one. What this means is that all of your existing Dynamics 365 instances will show up in the PowerApps maker and admin portals as an […]

Tip #1162: Microsoft Flow Functions Reference

Catalog reference

If you are looking for an ultimate reference for the expressions that you can use in Microsoft Flow, it helps to remember that Flow is based on Azure Logic Apps. The functions reference is the same for both, and can be found here. The original question was what functions are available in canvas PowerApps but […]

Tip #1152: Attachments to Dynamics 365 Notes

Use carabiner to connect safety harness

Flow is great but can be frustrating at times, as Jerry “Once tipster – forever tipster” Weinstock has discovered when trying to add attachment to a note in Dynamics 365. This is his story File uploads to OneDrive etc work great. Files attach to emails with no issue. A super slick Flow feature! I am […]

Tip #1124: Flow Approvals May Be Exactly What You Need

Back in Tip #880, we mentioned Approvals in Flow. Specifically, we said: …use the flow approval framework and even have people who don’t have Dynamics licenses approve stuff. Given the implications of this for Dynamics, it is worth exploring further. If you have not explored Approvals in Flow, it is worth a review. A unique […]

Tip #959: Getting ready for D365 v9: Learn Microsoft Flow

So you have probably heard the news that Microsoft Flow is going to be integrated in Dynamics 365 v.9, allowing Flow to be managed and run directly from the Dynamics 365 menu. But maybe you haven’t paid much attention to Flow (not even Tip 880), but now that it is going to be “in” CRM, you […]