Workflows let you automate repetitive tasks or processes that connect one or more apps to Teams. In short, they can save you time and effort. Teams users will be able to browse, add, and manage this unified platform capability from the Teams store and from several other contexts within Teams. Many workflows run automatically without further user action once they’ve been set up; others can be run manually from the messaging area in Teams or from individual messages. Find more information here. This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 92454.
Chat/Channel/Teams based workflows are a powerful tool for collaboration and efficiency. With message extension based entry point, users can view/search for applicable workflows as well as trigger pre-configured workflows from the message extension menu.
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When will this happen
The capability will begin rolling out in mid-March and should be fully deployed by the end of March.
How this affects your tenant
Workflows will be available to users from the Teams Store, and availability is managed through allowed access to Power Automate. Current settings for Power Automate will be honored. Admins can turn off the capability by using an app permission policy or by blocking Power Automate for their organization from the Manage apps page. For more information on managing workflows, please refer to Manage Microsoft Teams settings for your organization | Workflows in Teams.
What you can do to prepare
Review your current configuration and ensure that it is set to enable the experience that’s best for your organization and users.
Message ID: MC337954
Published: 03 March 2022
Updated: 03 March 2022
Major Change: False
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