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What is Microsoft Flow and how does it work?
With Microsoft Flow, you can create automated workflows that connect your services and apps. This means that you can ensure your data and files synced. To save you time and boost your productivity, you can use Microsoft Flow to turn time-consuming, repetitive tasks into multi step workflows. One example of this would be capturing Tweets and then saving them as email newsletter subscribers in Mailchimp or as sales leads to follow up on in Microsoft Dynamics 365. If you want to be able to quickly respond to and process different types of requests –– anything from documents to sales opportunities to travel plans and even time off – you can create, use and share automated approval workflows. Flow helps you make better decisions in your workflows. You can also connect to on-premises data and cloud based services in a secure way to harness the data you are already collecting.
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Allow individual users to analyze their processes and create unlimited cloud flows based on their unique needs.
1. AI Builder : $500 per Unit per Month9
2. Unattended RPA : $150 per Bot per Month
Per-user plan with attended RPA
Allow individual users to analyze their processes and create unlimited cloud flows, plus automate legacy applications through robotic process automation (RPA) and AI.
For five flows
Implement cloud flows with reserved capacity for unlimited users across your organization.
Learn more about Microsoft Flow pricing.
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