Creating a custom Microsoft Flow template gallery in SharePoint – Daniel Glenn
Microsoft Flow is the workflow tool in Office 365 to automate your tasks and business processes, whether your systems are on-premises, in Microsoft’s cloud, or even if they are not part of Microsoft’s catalog. Flow allows you to create templates to help you not recreate the wheel when you are creating your flows and you can even share those flows with others by exporting the templates. Earlier this year I had the opportunity to work with Sarah Haase (Office Apps & Services Microsoft MVP) on an interesting issue: how to share Microsoft Flow templates within an organization without uploading them to the public Flow template gallery. Sarah put together a blog series explaining the background to the issues and how we worked to solve them – check out Sarah’s blog series here: Creating a Custom Microsoft Flow Template Gallery for Your Organization Based on that effort, I was honored to showcase the solution at the Microsoft Ignite conference this year (thank you Sarah for all your help and work on creating the concept and presentation!). The session recording and slide deck is now available on the Tech Community site – head over and check it out! Creating a custom Microsoft Flow template gallery in SharePoint (THR1111) A special thank you to everyone who attended the session and please let me know if I can help you and your organization fully adopt and implement SharePoint, Microsoft Flow, and the other Microsoft 365 technologies! @DanielGlenn presenting on sharing #MicrosoftFlow Templates in your organization using #SharePoint pic.twitter.com/fxWid4h3uS — Pratap Ladhani (@pratapladhani) September 25, 2018 Watching @DanielGlenn talk about #MicrosoftFlow templates at #MSIgnite pic.twitter.com/GHDvLcqF1z — Stephanie Donahue (@stephkdonahue) September 25, 2018 @DanielGlenn in full #MicrosoftFlow #MsIgnite Create a Flow template gallery. pic.twitter.com/F7EduUCh8J — Steven Collier MVP (@StevenC365) September 25, 2018 Also published on Medium. Related