Office 365: How to test an existing Flow (II)!

In this new video in my YouTube Channel I show you how you can easily test an existing flow. I hope you find the video useful.

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Office 365: How to test an existing Flow (I)!

One of the cool features of Microsoft Flow is that it’s really simple to test an existing Flow as I will show in this post:

  • Browse Microsoft Flow and just clic one of the Flows you have in your Microsoft Flow environment. Clic on “Edit” option:

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  • In the Flow Designer, just clic on “Test”:

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  • In the Test Flow panel, you can choose to start the Flow by manually triggering it or you can just use the data of a previous Flow execution:

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Office 365: Como probar / testear un Flow (I)!

Probar / Testear un Flow sin tener que esperar a que se ejecute o forzar su ejecución es muy sencillo:

  • Accedemos al Flow y lo editamos:

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  • En el diseñador de Flow, simplemente hacemos clic en “Test”:

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  • A continuación se muestra un panel, que dependiendo de como se lance la ejecución del Flow, nos permitirá o bien que iniciemos manualmente la ejecución del Flow o que seleccionamos una ejecución previa:

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Office 365: How to take Meeting Notes in a Teams Meeting (I)!

Taking meeting notes in a Microsoft Teams Meeting is a really easy task. Only thing we have to do while we are in the meeting is just clic on the “Meeting Notes” icon available in the meetings panel so the Wiki Editor is displayed:

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In this Wiki Editor we can structure meeting notes in different sections, user formatting options for the text and so on. Once the meeting ends, we will be able to access meeting notes as a tab in the channel where the meeting took place:

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