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Microsoft yesterday announced some new improvements for its Flow Service. Flow now supports error handling which allows you to define any number of steps to run after failure of an action.

Flow now also allows you to initialise and increment or decrements variables inside the flow run which allows you to know how many times a certain branch of logic ran.

The administrators can now check the remaining quotas easily and also see how many flow runs have been used by members of their org in the Microsoft Flow Admin Centre. The company has also added details view that help admins understand the distribution of licenses inside the org and how each of these licenses are contributing to the quota.

A Flow details page has also been added which shows the information like connections that this flow uses, their status, who has access to the flow and more.

The company has added support to Cognito Forms which lets you easily build powerful online forms like surveys, order forms, registration forms and more for free.

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