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Intro to Amazon AppFlow (3:33)
AppFlow Introduction: Features & Use cases (27:23)
How to Transfer Data from Google Analytics to Amazon S3 using Amazon AppFlow (7:55)
How to Insert new Salesforce Records with Data in Amazon S3 Using Amazon AppFlow (7:20)
How to Transfer Data from Slack to Amazon S3 Using Amazon AppFlow (9:06)
How to Transfer Data from Zendesk Support to Amazon S3 Using Amazon AppFlow (9:47)
How to Transfer Data from ServiceNow to Amazon S3 using Amazon AppFlow (7:06)
How to Use Machine Learning to Enrich Salesforce Data Using Amazon AppFlow (30:07)
How to Run Sentiment Analysis on Slack Data using Amazon AppFlow with Amazon Comprehend (10:05)
Introduction to the Marketo Connector in Amazon AppFlow (7:20)

6 steps to use AppFlow

1 - Configure your flow

Name your flow and choose to add an intuitive description to get started.


b Step 2 - select source and destination
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2 - Connect your data source and destination

Choose from the integrated application sources and destinations, and enter your credentials.


a Get started
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3 - Choose your data flow trigger

On demand flows run once immediately, scheduled flows run at a specified interval, and event-based flows run in response to business events like the creation of a sales opportunity or a status change in a support ticket.

c Step 3 - Select Flow Trigger
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4 - Map source fields to destination

Configure field mapping within AppFlow, or for data sets with a large number of fields, upload a csv file with bulk field mappings. Optionally, add data field transformations, like masking sensitive financial information or combining first and last names.

d Step 4 - Map Data fields
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5 - Add data filters and validations

Add optional data filters like only including new or selected data fields in your flow, and validations, like ensuring numerical fields contain numbers.


e Step 5 - Set filters and validations
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6 - Done!

Click Create Flow and your data will begin to flow based on the triggers you set. You can review and troubleshoot data flows any time by looking back at your dashboard.


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