New enhancements coming to PowerApps and Microsoft Flow. New integrations across applications, including the ability to embed Power BI tiles directly within PowerApps, trigger workflows within a Microsoft Teams conversation with Microsoft Flow and more.

Flow administrators more granular control and management capabilities which will allow them to enable end users with rich automation capabilities.
  • Solutions built with Microsoft Flow can now be imported and exported, along with other assets like PowerApps, to move them across environments or from test to production.
  • Microsoft Flow now allows users to convert flows to Azure Logic Apps by simply saving any flow as a Logic App resource template.
  • Admins can download the flow usage in their tenant to be able to understand exactly where and how flows are being used, and how they are tracking against their billing quotas.

Microsoft also highlighted several new updated added to PowerApps.

  • Quickly navigate a complex canvas. The new screen explorer in PowerApps studio makes it easy to quickly find, select, and configure controls in even the most sophisticated applications.
  • Easily configure controls. The improved properties panel in PowerApps studio makes it easier than ever to quickly change the size, color, behavior and other properties of any control in your application.
  • A powerful web authoring experience. Creating PowerApps on the web is now just as powerful as using the Windows studio, making it possible for creators on any system from Mac to older Windows versions to quickly develop web and mobile apps.