Use Flow make document approval easy (finally)
Posted by Amy Babinchak on 25 October 2017 10:51 AM
Originally published on TechGenix.com where I write articles a couple of times a month. - Amy
There are many features that you get access to when you use a document management application like SharePoint that you just don’t have in a server file share. One of them is the ability for the owner of a file to be notified when a change has been made to the file. This is especially useful for official corporate documents or templates, for example. SharePoint has had the document approval feature for many years, but it has always been cumbersome. The process involved visiting the document library, looking at the properties of a file, going to the “more” option, then “approvals,” then approving the change. If you were managing any more than a small handful of files with infrequent changes, it would become a hated task in short order. An improvement to this process was needed, and now we have one in Microsoft Flow.
Setting up an Approval Request using Flow makes the whole process automatic and simple. Read the rest of the article on our blog
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