Recently Microsoft announced the availability of Microsoft Flow and PowerApps, which enable people to automate workflows and quickly build custom apps that suit their specific needs. Visit to know more.\n
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On 31st October 2016, Microsoft SharePoint announced the availability of
PowerApps and Microsoft Flow. Both the tools enable users to automate
workflows and build custom apps quickly, and it is also suitable for specific needs
of SharePoint users.
What are PowerApps?
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PowerApps is meant to help users who can’t code. It is used to develop forms that
help to view and edit data. Similar to Microsoft Access forms, PowerApps helps
Power Users to create forms that can pull data from different data sources in the
Cloud like Dropbox, Salesforce, SharePoint Online, etc.
The rollout of PowerApps preview, which started in August this year, has been
integrated with SharePoint Online modern lists. To learn more about generating
an app from the SharePoint Online list interface, you can watch the tutorial
PowerApps, in the coming days, will be fully integrated with SharePoint web
experience, which means that it can be launched from the SharePoint mobile app.
What is Microsoft Flow?
With the help of Microsoft Flow, a user can react to an event in one service like
SharePoint Online and do something with that data in another service like some
other social media channel. Use of Microsoft Flow does not require any special
In a video on YouTube, Alan Richards, Microsoft MVP, gives an overview of
Microsoft Flow and PowerApps. He also addresses the question - what are the
challenges that both of these tools can help solve?
The plan, this month, is to make PowerApps and Microsoft Flow fully enabled for
most of the Office365 commercial plans. The connectivity between SharePoint
Online, on-premises, SQL, OneDrive, Exchange and enterprise services like Twitter
and Yammer will be made possible.
For more information click here: http://www.ishir.com/blog/4431/powerapps-