Last week we introduced SharePoint Online Workflows. Workflows allow users to easily trigger a customized email to be sent when a new item is added to SharePoint Online. In part two of this series, Brett demonstrates how you can easily configure a workflow using SharePoint Designer 2007.
One example of how you can use a configured SharePoint Workflow is to create a task when the Sales opportunity value meets or exceeds a pre-set value in another SharePoint Online list. The tasks are then linked to Outlook so the executive can easily review and approve.
View part 1 of the SharePoint Online Workflow series here. You can learn more about BPOS with detailed walkthroughs in our How To section and on Brett Hill’s blog.
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