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I think we all have been there – we are working on a beloved Microsoft Flow, doing any number of updates or other actions, when it happens...You use a value that is a multiple-value array like a choice column in SharePoint and Flow automatically wraps your action in a ForEach control. What just happened?
Microsoft Flow has an exhaustive list of available options, connections, abilities, etc. to make our work lives easier. Here, I am using Flow to make our lives fuller. By connecting Flow with Yelp, natural language chatbots, and a bit of AI, the question of "Where to eat?" is now answered by this multifunctional technology.
Microsoft Flow is like an open source toolbox. If you know what tools to use, Flow has countless connectors and custom use-cases to equip you with new solutions for your next project. With minimal coding, learn how to extract Yelp data as prospective customers and feed that information into the Leads area of Dynamics 365.
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