Connector updates in Microsoft Flow this week! 2018-11-08

It is difficult to keep up with all the changes in the Microsoft Flow connectors. To make life a little bit easier here is a list of Microsoft Flow connectors that were updated in the last 7 days.

The following connectors were updated:

Common Data Service – Updated

Provides access to the org-based database on the Microsoft Common Data Service.

Last modified: 2018-11-09
Status: Production
Tier:Premium
Publisher: Microsoft

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Triggers

No trigger updates found for this connector

Actions

Creates Note (annotation) for specified entity record
Updated
Creates Note (annotation) for specified entity record.
Last Modified:2018-11-12
Retrieves all Notes (annotations) for the provided entity Id
Updated
Retrieves all Notes (annotations) for the provided entity Id.
Last Modified:2018-11-12
Retrieves file content for specified Note (annotation)
Updated
Retrieves file content for specified Note (annotation).
Last Modified:2018-11-12

Asana – Updated

Asana enables teams to manage their projects and tasks in one place.

Last modified: 2018-11-09
Status: Production
Tier:Standard
Publisher: Microsoft

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Triggers

No trigger updates found for this connector

Actions

Create new project
Updated
This operation is used to create a new project.
List teams by workspace
New
This operation is used to view teams in the workspace or organization.

Stormboard – NEW

Stormboard Flow Connector

Last modified: 2018-11-09
Status: Preview
Tier:Premium
Publisher: Microsoft

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Triggers

Legend Change
New
Legend Change
Comment Created
New
Trigger when an new comment was posted on an idea.
Idea Created
New
Trigger when an idea was added to a storm.
Idea Deleted
New
Trigger when an idea was delete from a storm.
Idea Moved
New
Trigger when an idea was moved to a different section of a storm.

Actions

Create an Idea
New
Creates a new Idea in an existing Storm.
Create a Storm
New
Creates a new Storm.

Office 365 Users – Updated

Office 365 Users Connection provider lets you access user profiles in your organization using your Office 365 account. You can perform various actions such as get your profile, a user’s profile, a user’s manager or direct reports and also update a user profile.

Last modified: 2018-11-07
Status: Production
Tier:Standard
Publisher: Microsoft

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Triggers

No trigger updates found for this connector

Actions

Get my profile (V1) – Deprecated
Updated
Retrieves the profile of the current user.
Get user photo (V1) – Deprecated
Updated
Retrieves the photo of the specified user if they have one.
Get user profile (V1) – Deprecated
Updated
Retrieves the profile of a specific user.

Office 365 Outlook – Updated

Microsoft Office 365 is a cloud-based service that is designed to help meet your organization’s needs for robust security, reliability, and user productivity.

Last modified: 2018-11-07
Status: Production
Tier:Standard
Publisher: Microsoft

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Triggers

When a new event is created (V1) – Deprecated
Updated
This operation triggers a flow when a new event is created in a calendar. (V1)
When an event is modified (V1) – Deprecated
Updated
This operation triggers a flow when an event is modified in a calendar. (V1)

Actions

Create event (V1) – Deprecated
Updated
This operation creates a new event in a calendar. (V1)
Get events (V1) – Deprecated
Updated
This operation gets events from a calendar. (V1)
Get event (V1) – Deprecated
Updated
This operation gets a specific event from a calendar. (V1)
Update event (V1) – Deprecated
Updated
This operation updates an event in a calendar. (V1)
Get calendar view of events – Deprecated
Updated
Get calendar view of events.

Video Indexer (V2) – Updated

Easily extract insights from your videos and quickly enrich your applications to enhance discovery and engagement. Use the Video Indexer connector to turn your videos into insights.

Last modified: 2018-11-07
Status: Preview
Tier:Standard
Publisher: Microsoft

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Triggers

No trigger updates found for this connector

Actions

Upload video and index
Updated
This operation uploads the given video, starts indexing it, and returns a new video index ID.
The supported formats are listed here:
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/media-services/media-services-media-encoder-standard-formats).
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6 thoughts on “Connector updates in Microsoft Flow this week! 2018-11-08

  1. You write “Often connectors are updated and triggers or actions are introduced or updated, however sometimes updates may be on internal code inside the connectors only.
    These internal updates are not included in my weekly overviews.

    But it seems they are. Most of the items in your list say that there are NO trigger updates and NO Action updates. The post is 40 screens long with only ONE actual visible update to an action for Video Indexer (V2). The rest of the post is just white noise. I know that you create these posts with queries and automation, but I feel that you inclusion filter algorithm is not quite working as intended. If it was, the post would list just one connector that has an update.

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    1. A lot of the connectors were updated as they have been marked as updated with dates of this week. I’m trying to find out what the updates were. Imagine if for example there was a bug in one of the SharePoint triggers and this was now fixed. Then this connector would be updated.

      Now imagine that you have a flow that worked last week but isn’t working today. All you would need to do is check if the connector was in the updated list. If it is then you know to contact the Flow support team.

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      1. If there was a bug fix in a SharePoint trigger, then I’d expect to see that this trigger is listed in the “Triggers” section, no?. An update that does not affect triggers or actions is in a black box and does not need to be listed. It just waters down the quality of your otherwise EXCELLENT blog that I refer to almost every day. Keep up the good work.

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  2. Pieter, i agree with Teylyn. It is confusing to see that a connector was updated but not see any change to an action or trigger. I wonder if this is same type of thing as in SharePoint where they would change the modification date to a document library or folder because an internal timer job touched the object, but a user never actually changed anything.

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    1. Hi Dean, I would expect that if that was the case that there would be more triggers updated.It seems to be a select set. I will try to find out the details of changes that have come through.

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