Business process flow immersive experiences
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Organizations are increasingly using business process flows to model their key processes. There is now much more flexibility in how business processes are built and used. For example, business process flows can now be built in a standalone fashion so that they don't need to rely on other records in Common Data Service. Moreover, you can now use the new form designer to fully customize the appearance of business process flows, including using custom controls with the Power Apps Control Framework.
Additionally, now that we have a single, immersive experience for a full business process flow, a separate type of business process flow for task flows is no longer required. Thus, task flows are now deprecated.
Feature exploration (video)