Recently we reported a lot about Microsoft Flow and its functionalities. We compared the Dynamics 365 workflow with the Microsoft Flow workflow and reported on the new native integration of Microsoft Flow in Dynamics 365 v9. One thing in advance: The functionalities and possibilities convince us to the full extent. Today, I'd like to talk a little bit more about Azure Logic Apps as we're getting more questions from customers about the difference between Microsoft Flow and Azure Logic Apps.
One of our criticisms of Microsoft Flow was the lack of native integration within Microsoft Dynamics 365. It seems that Microsoft also read our blog article and took the criticism to heart. In the latest update to Dynamics 365, version 9.0, Microsoft Flow is now natively integrated.
Microsoft Flow is an online service from Microsoft that enables workflows through various web-based services. Microsoft Flow can be combined with services such as Dynamics 365, SharePoint, Office 365, OneDrive, OneNote, as well as third-party services such as Dropbox, Google Drive, Gmail, GoToMeeting and even SalesForce.
The Dynamics 365 July update has brought a lot of new features and improvements. Including the new Multi-Select option sets.
The RelationshipAssistant has been specially designed to display the most important and relevant information in relation to the current customer interactions efficiently and sorted by priority.