Office 365 Microsoft Flow for Faculty/Staff

Create the flow
Save Office 365 email attachments to OneDrive for Business is one of our one-click templates, in which you can answer questions that are necessary to build ...
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Specify an event to start the flow
First, you will need to select what event, or trigger, starts your flow. In flow.microsoft.com, select My flows in the top navigation bar, and then se...
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Specify an action
Select New step, and then select Add an action. In the box that shows Search all connectors and actions, type or paste send email, and then...
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Manage a flow
In flow.microsoft.com, select My flows in the top navigation bar. In the list of flows, do any of the following: To pause a flow, set it...
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Add another action
In flow.microsoft.com, select My flows in the top navigation bar. In the list of flows, select the flow that you want to edit. Select New st...
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Reorder or delete an action
To receive email after the file is created in Dropbox, move the Dropbox action by dragging its title bar above the email action. Release the Dropbox...
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Add advanced options
Start with a flow that has a Send an email action. Select Show advanced options, which is located at the bottom of the Send an email card. You'l...
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Create a recurring flow
Sign in to Microsoft Flow, and then select My flows in the top navigation bar. Select Create from blank. In the Search all connect...
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Specify advanced options
Follow the steps in the previous section, and then select Show advanced options. Note: These options change based on the values to which Interval ...
Sun, Mar 22, 2020 7:42 PM
Delay a flow
Sign in to Microsoft Flow, and then select My flows in the top navigation bar. Select Create from blank. Specify an event as Create...
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