If you are looking for Flow resources and you do not find anything, the following post, has the right material for you.
It has a lot materials ordered by the level of understanding (from begginer to advanced) and even some material for SPO and O365 administrators.
Do you need to automate your tasks into Planner and don’t know how to do it? Today, is your lucky day, recently, Microsoft Flow is updating their flow templates to cover migration tasks to Planner and able to manage them from there.
So, the new available templates are the following:
Create planner tasks for flagged emails in Office 365: with this flow, will be possible to create tasks in Planner from all the Outlook mails that have been flagged in our inbox. Every flagged mail, will be created and assigned to us. Great start 🙂
On new SharePoint items create Planner task and assign to creator: Most of my customers demand this, they have a task list in SharePoint, and they want a solution to automate this “migration” to Planner. So, when new items are added to the SharePoint task list, new item will be created in Planner and assigned to the person who created the task.
And finally, an option to migrate from the competitor Trello to Microsoft Planner: will be possible to get a task created in Microsoft Planner for each card added to a list in Trello.
I hope that Microsoft will continue updating those kinds of templates to offer new features and new possibilities.
till next time!