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It turns out that, YES, the concept is the same, I had the Field as ID correct, I just had my "then" statement nested incorrectly. It looks like something's missing where the space is where it says "start typing or use the insert group in the Ribbon" but moving the "then" statements down worked perfectly for me.


Well, it depends how you are getting the item. If you are getting it via the URL like this: /_api/lists/getbytitle('News')/items(50) Where the number in the brackets "(50)" is the item ID you can get an item e.G. like this: /_api/lists/getbytitle('News')/items?$filter=Title eq 'FAQ' So the URL is looking for an item, where in the title column FAQ is ...


The field-value list at the top is where you specify which field(s) you want to update with which value(s). The find the list item at the bottom is where you specify how to find the list item to update. If you specify fieldX/valueX at the top and fieldY/valueY at the bottom it's similar to the SQL statement UPDATE list SET fieldX=valueX WHERE ...

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