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These release notes describe functionality that may not have been released yet. To see when this functionality is planned to release, please review What's new and planned for Microsoft Flow. Delivery timelines and projected functionality may change or may not ship (see Microsoft policy).

Microsoft Flow is reaching more users than ever with its rich integrations into other Microsoft products, primarily Teams, OneDrive, and SharePoint. In Microsoft Teams, Microsoft Flow is now the easiest way for any user to have rich automatic behaviors—like Outlook rules—but in Microsoft Teams. This works through both the Teams apps as well as contextually on file views. Additionally, there have been ongoing investments in SharePoint, including powering the modern alerts feature. We have also been investing in integrations with other Microsoft Power Platform products like PowerApps and Power BI. Finally, Microsoft Flow has been reaching more people by leveraging its rich community—for example, through the Flow champions program, we now recognize evangelists who encourage use of the product elsewhere.