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Microsoft develops IFTTT rival called Flow for connecting apps and services

Mark Hachman | May 2, 2016
It allows users to connect Microsoft services and third-party apps in logical ways.

Obviously, adding additional apps and functions will be the key to Flow’s long-term success. An video demo, for example, shows how Flow could search Twitter tweets for a particular mention, follow them, and send a nice reply. For now, it appears that the only way to interact with Twitter is to search out a new tweet.

Still, Flow appears to be another tool in your pack to chip away at the mountain of busy work we all face—and that’s a good thing. 


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