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You could try this way to change the from adress: 1.choose send an emial (Office 365 Outlook) action: 2.Then click show advanced options, specify the user in from adress:


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Flow approval action does not provide custom fields for users to fill in. The possible approach may be add the link to item and provide notifications saying like "please fill in the extra 2 columns"


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The Flow designer for the Update Item action does limit you to "known" fields, which is frustrating because it is only a UI restriction. If you were to go through the process of exporting the JSON of your Flow, editing the JSON manually, and re-importing, you could use Update Item with entirely dynamic values. I do not recommended that for this simple ...


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If you would like to avoid using Flow, this can be done in a list but both lists must be on the same SharePoint site, so I would recommend hosting both lists on one site or using a Flow to replicate the list. I would recommend the following steps. On your secondary list, create a Lookup column and select the first list in question to bring up avalible ...


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To achieve your requirements, Best way is to copy the risk from master list to individual list by using SharePoint designer workflow or Microsoft flow/Power Automate (If you are using SharePoint Online) based on the risk class on new risk creation in master list. SharePoint Designer Workflow 2013: You can use Create List Item action to create a list item ...


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If you are using SharePoint online, the quickest and easiest solution is Microsoft Office Forms. It doesn't have a ton of branding/customization options, but it is quick and easy to get up and running and integrated with Power Automate (Flow). On the other end of the complexity spectrum, you can create a custom list to hold the information you want, then ...


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In the cases where you do not want to update the comments field in Flow, Try using a dynamic expression to explicitly set that column value to null in the Item Update.


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You need to create an array like below and pass you the multi valued person field, '''{ "Claims": "i:0#.f|membership|@{items('Apply_to_each')?['mail']}", "Email": "@{items('Apply_to_each')?['mail']}" } ''' The above code is not the exact working code, I have taken that piece from the below url. You have to form your array with user details in the ...


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I don't have your exact schema, but for purposes of a prototype, I created a custom List named ChangeRequests from which the information will be gathered, and a Document Library named ChangeReports to which the generated report will be saved. Below are the steps and screenshots of the basic Power Automate steps you will need in your Flow to generate your ...


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Hmm, do you have the option of setting an Alert on the spreadsheet? In SP 2013 it allows users to be notified when the document is edited, again, not sure if Teams will have alerts or not. If you do have the option, set an alert on a test document - make it alert you when something changes in the file. Then wait for the email alert to come through - they'...


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Yes, creating a Flow in Power Automate is the way to go: First create a List to hold the audit information you want to keep. Then create a new Flow in the Power Automate designer, choosing the SharePoint "When an item is created or modified" Trigger to start your Flow when a item in the Library behind your Teams Channel changes. Since you are only ...


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The answer is, it depends. If you want to build the approval as a single flow, then the answer is no for the reasons given by @Michael Han_MSFT. However, you could build a set of flows that implement an approval process that lasts longer than 30 days. Just note that building such a process is complex and will require that you use premium features of Power ...


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As a short answer, No. The Run duration and Storage retention of Microsoft Flow is 30 days. Which means that after 30 days, related data will be gone. Besides, it is from the run start time. After 30 days, any pending steps time-out. Timed-out approvals are removed from the approvals center. If someone attempts to approve a timed-out request, they will ...


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There is not a single API call that will walk up the hierarchy for you. But both Power Automate and the Graph API can retrieve a given user's Manager. Screenshot of the Get Manager action in Power Automate under the O365 Users category below: To walk up the hierarchy, start by Initialize a variable of type string named something like lookupManager and set ...


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To get the metadata of a specific known Document Set, Power Automate Flows contain a Get Folder Metadata and a Get Folder Metadata using path as available actions. If you need to look for Document Sets in bulk, you can use the Get Files (Properties only) action. Despite the name of the action only having the word "Files", the action actually retrieves ...


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Currently there is no flow action to read the CSV file from SharePoint library. If you would like this feature to be added in Microsoft Flow, please submit an idea to Flow Ideas Forum: https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Flow-Ideas/idb-p/FlowIdeas There is a third-party connector available. Please have a look at this. https://plumsail.com/docs/documents/...


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Turns out it this answer has the partial solution. But things have changed since June 2015. I needed to add "TimeZone":0 (or to pass through whatever value the original event had, but all I've seen in zero). The other part of that solution is to include a Recurrence property has changed and is not needed to create an all day recurring event.


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The solution is to use 'List Folder' action: https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Using-Flows/Flow-to-delete-files-in-SP-sub-folder-completes-but-files-not/m-p/455710/highlight/false#M11406


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I think you might be better off using the "Compose" action with the value set to body('Name_Of_Your_Http_Request_To_SharePoint_Action')?['d'] Then you can use another Compose step, in conjunction with removeProperty to remove the ID and addProperty to add the _metadata object. This way you would be guaranteed to pass all the values in the same format as ...


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The short answer is NO. Microsoft flow approvers do not need edit permission to the list item thriggering the flow. The approval is done in the email and most likely, they do not need to view the item before approving. If as part of the approval they need to view the item before approving it, you will want to make sure they have at least Read access to the ...


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