This post is manually triggered by the blog post of Pieter Veenstra: Microsoft Flow – Business process flows from a traditional Flow perspective.
Microsoft added Business Process Flows (BPF’s) to their Microsoft Flow platform.
BPF’s are managed in PowerApps since the integration between Dynamics 365 and PowerApps. With Spring 2018 update (v9.0.2) their data is stored in the Common Data…
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