Power Automate integration for Outlook Customer Manager

Microsoft Power Automate lets you create automated workflows between your favorite apps and services. It is part of your Microsoft 365 subscription. Outlook Customer Manager is one of the apps you can connect to others.

If, for example, you manage a SharePoint list with your contacts, companies and deals, you may want to see them in your Outlook Customer Manager and don't want to have to enter them a second time. With Power Automate, every time you update that list, you can also create a contact, company or deal in Outlook Customer Manager.

Create a business contact with Power Automate

If you create a contact in another system, you can keep Outlook Customer Manager synchronized by using Power Automate to create a contact there as well. 

  1. In Power Automate, select the service that creates a contact.

  2. Add a new action and select Outlook Customer Manager.

Screenshot of how to create contact with Flow

   3.  Select create contact, and prefill the form with the information coming from the other service.

Create a company or deal with Power Automate

If you create a company or deal in another system, you can keep Outlook Customer Manager synchronized by using Power Automate to create a company or deal there as well. 

  1. In Power Automate, select the service that creates a company.

  2. Add a new action and select Outlook Customer Manager.

  3. Select create company or create a deal and prefill the form with the information coming from the other service. You can also add links to contacts here.

Screenshot of how to create company using Flow

Create an activity with Power Automate

If you create add an invoice or note associated to a contact, company or deal in another system, you can keep Outlook Customer Manager synchronized by using Power Automate to create an activity associated to your contact, company or deal.

  1. In Power Automate, select the service where the activity happens.

  2. Add a new action and select Outlook Customer Manager.

  3. Select create activity and prefill the form with the information coming from the other service. Make sure you link to a contact, company or deal. You can further configure what color the item should look like in the timeline.

Screenshot of how to create activity with Flow

Once the Power Automate runs, it shows up automatically on the contacts timeline

Screen shot displaying activity from Flow on timeline

Learn more on how you can get started using Power Automate.

You can create your own workflows or reuse some of the Outlook Customer Manager templates.

Tip: The Outlook Customer Manager connector is currently in Preview with limited functionality. We will be adding more over time.

Learn more about Outlook Customer Manager

If you have questions about Outlook Customer Manager or want to browse all of our documentation on the product, see Outlook Customer Manager FAQ..

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