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Microsoft Flow Tutorial – Teams + Planner + AtBot (Formerly Bizzy) = Efficiency on the go!

Welcome to this Microsoft Flow Tutorial Video!

I know, you’re probably wondering “What is a Bizzy?” I wondered the same thing when i first heard about it, but WOW! Let me tell you! Bizzy is a powerful little bot, built on #MicrosoftFlow that allows you to do all kinds of custom interactions from your #Teams channel.

Go read all about Bizzy over here:
and be sure to follow @bizzy_bot as well as @thatmattwade on Twitter to keep up to date on Bizzy and other O365 news!

Ok, on to the video! For this one, Follow along as i take an outing on a sunny day and am still able to be productive in my work along the journey by using Bizzy to show me what items are overdue in my Planner. This way i can be sure and act on the highest priority items for the day and not miss the important stuff!

In the video i mention putting the expressions in the description – Once we get to the section where the Flow is built, you may want these Expressions to re-use on your own

Tasks Due Today: @and(not(equals(item()?[‘dueDateTime’], ”)), and(greater(string(item()?[‘dueDateTime’]), variables(‘DayStart’)), less(string(item()?[‘dueDateTime’]), variables(‘DayEnd’))))

Overdue Tasks: @and(and(not(equals(item()?[‘percentComplete’], 100)), not(equals(item()?[‘dueDateTime’], null))), less(string(item()?[‘dueDateTime’]), variables(‘DayStart’)))

Next, Want to tell me what video to make next and win a T-Shirt!?

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Want to download this Flow and Import it into your own set of Flows? Here are a couple of links for you!

1. Download the Zip –!AnFATp1ms-B-jK4AQxugHnkmludvTQ

2. Instructions on how to Import the Zip –

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Later friends!

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Microsoft Flow Approval Workflow with Microsoft Forms

What’s up everyone!

Today I am creating this Microsoft Flow Approval Video with Forms in response to a request from @DynamicsAXFico on Twitter to make a video on Getting Data from attachments.

READ THIS FIRST – This video is the continuation of the #FOTW Blog written here:


For the funny bit, be sure to watch until the end!

In the video I make a Flow that has a Microsoft Form that acts as a project request form. We move that data into SharePoint, we build an Approval and then all the subsequent actions!

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For More information around Approvals, see our Documentation on the topic:

To see more cool stuff you can do with Approvals, check out the session from Ignite 2017 from Merwan Hade:

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