Microsoft Flow is out now for enterprise users for free. Flow will connect various services together, such as Twitter and OneNote to accomplish tasks like creating notes from new favorited tweets.
— WalkingCat (@h0x0d) April 28, 2016
Flow looks a good deal supporting many of the same services along with some specific Microsoft properties. Some of the functionality that Flow can bring you include getting notifications, organizing data, synchronizing files and automating approvals.
Some examples of data sources that Microsoft Flow can pull from include:
> An Excel file in a cloud-storage account such as Dropbox, OneDrive, or Google Drive.
> A Google sheet.
> A SharePoint list.
> Salesforce or Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online with custom entities.
> A SQL Azure table.
Flow is free, but you’ll need an organizational version of Office 365 such as Business or Education. The list of sources is limited compared to the other services right now.