The AppsForOps Timeline connector for Microsoft Flow allows you to feed data onto the timeline from hundreds of popular apps and services with a no-code approach.What is Microsoft Flow
Microsoft Flow is a cloud-based software tool that allows employees to create and automate workflows across multiple applications and services without the need for developer help. Automated workflows are called flows.
With Microsoft Flow you can:
- Connect to data & systems you're already using
- Create workflows using triggers & actions without code or scripts
- Edit flows on web and mobile
What is a connector
A connector is a wrapper around an API that allows the underlying service to talk to Microsoft Flow.
AppsForOps Timeline has a Microsoft Flow connector which means you can automate workflows between your favourite applications and services and AppsForOps Timeline.
This means that you can feed data onto the timeline from hundreds of popular apps and services with a no-code approach.
Connect to cloud and on-premise data
With Microsoft Flow you can quickly connect to Excel files, SharePoint Online lists, Dynamics 365, Salesforce records and more. You can even connect custom API's or data in your local systems through the common on premise data gateway.
You can check out the AppsForOps connector here:
You can check out the AppsForOps connector documentation here:
About AppsForOps Timeline
AppsForOps Timeline is a game changing Customer Success software platform.
Customer Success - powered by being in the know.
It provides next level visibility on customer activity spanning your organisation's people, processes and systems.
It allows you to easily see the whole picture and act on what matters most.
View a timeline of all customer activity right in your inbox.
Activity could include emails, calls, tasks, notes and data flowing in from any of your existing systems: your sales, marketing, customer support systems and more.
It's never been easier to see everything you may need on a customer to make the right decisions and act on as needed.