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Dynamics 365 Application Development by Nishant Rana, Deepesh Somani

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Understanding the different components of a Flow

We've covered the differences between the different plans for Microsoft Flow, which can help us in deciding the right plan for us. Now let's understand the different components within a flow.

The different components of a flow are:

  • Services: Services can be defined as the different applications that Microsoft Flow connects to, such as Twitter, SharePoint, Facebook, and so on. These services can act as sources as well as destinations within a Flow. Following is a list of a few of the services that come with Microsoft Flow. Currently, there are 160 services supported, and the list keeps growing.
  • Triggers: Triggers are the starting point of the flow. They can be a manual trigger from a button ...

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