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Microsoft Flow Vs Dynamics 365 Workflows - Part 1 - 365 Community

Microsoft Flow Vs Dynamics 365 Workflows – Part 1

I’ve seen some chatter recently about people’s use of Microsoft Flow over Dynamics 365 Workflows. Some people are choosing to solely write flows, others are choosing a mixture of the two and others not embracing this new technology.
The newer Microsoft Flow has a lot of advantages, it can connect to multiple sources like SharePoint, Twitter, Dynamics 365, Twillio, Exchange and can get data or…

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Microsoft Flow Vs Dynamics 365 Workflows – Part 1

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