IFTTT is about to get a new rival in the form of Microsoft Flow. After the Google Assistant gets finally integrated with IFTTT, here comes the software giant officially rolling out the Microsoft Flow. That’s after months of being in beta testing phase, public beta, and several updates. It’s not exactly new but be glad we have more options these days.
Task automation in the cloud is now possible with Microsoft Flow. This will especially be useful for busy professionals and businesses that do certain tasks repeatedly. This cloud-based service works efficiently across apps, programs, and services like Dropbox, Dynamics 365, Office 365, and Slack among others.
The service is now available all over the world for the thousands of people and companies. It’s officially and publicly ready for use in six regions and in about 42 languages. Some updates came with this announcement including new usability, connectivity, and admin features.
With Microsoft Flow, you can do the following:
• Manage your company or group’s flows with enterprise-grade control and the Microsoft Flow Admin Center
• Take actions and get notifications while you’re on the move
• Use with Dynamics 365 and Office 365
• Create better workflows
You can try Microsoft Flow for free but of course, that’s only limited to a few services. The premium service plans are recommended so you and more users can utilize and integrate more services with it.
If you’ve tried the preview, you can get another six months of trial for free on the highest plan. The company is offering Microsoft Flow Plans 1 for $5 per month and Microsoft Flow Plans 2 with a $15 monthly fee. That’s the fee per user.