You create a canvas app for technicians at a computer store. You assign technicians cases to work on. The technicians update cases at the end of customer site visit.
The manager wants the technicians to sell warranties to the customers. If a customer agrees to purchase a warranty, technicians use the canvas app to immediately alert the sales team, and then the technician records details about the warranty into the app.
You need to create a flow to alert the sales team.
Which type of trigger should you use?
Create a button flow to run routine tasks by simply tapping a button. Customize your flow by allowing the user to provide specific details that will be used when the flow runs.
Note: There are many repetitive tasks that we all wish we could run with just a tap of a button. For example, you may need to quickly email your team to remind them to join the daily team sync, or you may want to start a new Visual Studio Codespaces build of your code base after you've been notified that there are no more checkins planned for the day. Button flows allow you to accomplish these and many other tasks simply by tapping a button on your mobile device.