Now, everyone can use Microsoft Flow
Announced in April as a Public Preview, Microsoft Flow was a service allowing you to automate common tasks using different applications and services. Now, it is available for everyone supporting 42 languages in six regions.
Briefly stated, Microsoft Flow is just like IFTTT, but more focuses on the business world. Even though in a comparison, the apps supporting Flow is way less than the ones supporting the IFTTT, this is not a problem. So far, 58 apps can be used in Microsoft’s cloud service, but they are the most popular services in the business world such as Google Drive, Microsoft Office or Slack.
The one thing that Flow does better than the IFTTT is the ability to do complex recipes. With IFTTT, you can only link two simple actions together whereas Microsoft allows you to do multiple actions at once in a single recipe.
You can start to use Microsoft Flow starting today for free. However, if you need to run more than 750 recipes per month, you are required to pay $5 per use monthly.
Source | Microsoft