Microsoft Office SharePoint Products and technologies are powerful and effective tools that increase collaboration and communication in a shared environment.
Authoring workflows in Visual Studio provides flexibility to create workflows to support virtually any business process, regardless of its complexity, and allows debugging and reuse of workflow definitions. Perhaps most important, Visual Studio lets developers include SharePoint workflows as part of a broader SharePoint solution or SharePoint Add-in.
One of the hottest topics in the SharePoint world right now is Microsoft Flow vs SharePoint Designer workflows. The writing is on the wall: Microsoft will eventually be phasing out SharePoint Designer workflows in favor of Microsoft Flow which is now known as Power Automate. That means it is a good idea to start thinking about converting from SharePoint Designer workflows to Microsoft Flow now. Our team of Microsoft Power Automate consultants went through the task of mapping everything out for you!