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Azure Logic App - YouTube Connector [Video]

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Azure Logic App - YouTube Connector [Video]

In this video tutorial, learn how to build an Azure Logic App using YouTube and Outlook.com as connectors to automate business workflows and tasks.

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Introduction

In this article, we will learn how to quickly build an Azure Logic App using YouTube and Outlook.com as Connectors.

Overview

With an Azure Logic App, you can easily automate n number of business workflows with the help of the visual designer interface available in the Azure portal. 

Widely used business entities, being available as connectors, make day to day tasks easy to automate and manage with a few clicks.

Here in this video, we will build a Logic App flow, to automate a notification functionality. Here we have a YouTube channel and a set of user email Ids. If a new video is published by Channel, this set of users should receive notification emails, along with video details, video links, etc.

We shall use the YouTube connector, which is in preview at the time of writing this article, and Trigger and Outlook.com connectors as Actions, for sending mail.

Practical Demo:

Summary

Above video shows a practical example of automating a notification process, being used by most of the media and advertising agencies. Azure Logic Apps come with super cool features to quickly automate and seamlessly manage business processes. 

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