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Microsoft’s Flow app received a new update yesterday which brings new features. The company has now added support for Parallel execution, using this feature users can have two or more steps that run at the same time.

With the Flow app Microsoft has also added support to some of its five new services like Approvals, Benchmark Email, Capsule CRM, LiveChat and Outlook Customer Manager. With the modern Approval experiences, users can quickly create an approval workflow for your data in SharePoint, Dynamics CRM, Twitter and more. Approvers will receive email notifications about pending approvals and can view and respond to all approval requests in a brand new unified approvals center.

Benchmark Email service is an Online Email marketing solution to engage Subscribers, target an audience and track results.

  • Benchmark Email – Online email marketing solution to engage subscribers, target an audience, send beautiful, responsive emails and track results.
  • Capsule CRM – Online CRM for individuals, small businesses and sales teams wanting a simple, effective and affordable solution.
  • LiveChat – LiveChat is an online customer service software with live support, help desk software and web analytics capabilities.
  • Outlook Customer Manager – Outlook Customer Manager helps you to graduate from managing contacts to building relationships. It is part of the Office365 Business Premium subscription.

Microsoft is also now adding the ability to monitor flow retries. When you click on a particular flow run you can expand the actions that failed, and see exactly how many automatic retries occurred, as well as the exact details of what happened in that retry.

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