Very interesting question.. let us first understand the background of what is all 3 about.
MSFlow - To Automate a business process we generally use workflows. Ms flow are alternative to workflows. Before MS flow, Sharepoint designer workflow was used for simple things but for complex things you had to rely on custom workflow(visual studio) or any third ...
It is now possible to manage SharePoint permissions in Microsoft Flow with the help of Plumsail SharePoint (Third-party connector), which is a part of Plumsail Actions product with a fair price.
There is an action, called Change Permissions that gives you the ability to:
Grant Permissions on Site
Remove Permissions from Site
Remove All Permissions from ...
MS Flow doesnt seem to allow you accomplish this at the moment - I came across this scenario as well.
You may be able to do it if you set up your flow using the Logic Apps in Azure
You will need an azure subscription to create an app
Follow the steps below, I assume your list structure is as below
So you can follow below steps to get the email template from List.
I have used Get Items Action assuming you will have to fetch email template dynamically. you can replace Filter query OR make it more dynamic using variable. If its not dynamic then you can also use Get Item action instead of ...
As far as I know breaking the item level permission in Flow and assigning a new one is not possible. In the SharePoint action - Update Item there is no option to change the privileges of the list item which you are editing.
One of the actions is sharepoint: update list item. It will ask for the id of the list item, just use the id of the item from a previous step.
Be careful though, this action is a PITA: if your list has 20 fields, all 20 fields will be added in the designer. choice fields will have their default values set, so you'll need to go through and clear those as to ...
SharePoint online sites within office 365 have got two versions I would say:
Modern experience (Latest)
The one you are seeing in the blog is from Modern experience. Classic lists/libraries do not have option of flows internally. You need to change it to modern experience. Process for switching to modern experience is:
-> Click on the ...
Export a Flow:
click on ellipsis "..." menu, select 'Export' then click on 'Package (.zip)'
provide a name and a description for your package and configure other options
click on the "Export" button in the bottom right corner your package should start downloading shortly after (or click "Download" button)
Import a Flow:
click on the import button in ...
There was no such functionality to import/export flows or any other backup option previously.
But you can configure Data Loss Prevention (DLP) policies as shown here for prevention.
As per @SP Combatant's answer now you can import and export the flows:
Export a Flow:
click on ellipsis "..." menu, select 'Export' then click on 'Package
It turns out that currently this can only be done in "advanced mode".
Enter this formula:
Note that this is not the same as you tried (true), since writing "true" in Basic mode puts the string in the formula, instead of the bool value true.
As a short answer: Yes, It's possible.
Microsoft Flow is a public cloud service only. However, you can securely connect to your own on-premises services through the on-premises data gateway.
The supported data sources are:
To configure on-premises data gateway for SharePoint check Understand on-...
As long as you have clear understanding on what DAY means, below solution can be applied. If your users are geographically distributed around world, it can get tricky, so please take with pinch of salt.
Write schedule based Flow - https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/flow/run-scheduled-tasks
This flow can Update item to a config list every night say 1AM
Through auditing, SharePoint can track file downloads. But auditing is a report rather than a real time trigger. I'm not sure you can catch the event in real time, if that's necessary?!
Check out Logging people who download files in SharePoint.
Yes this can be done using flow with below steps.
Add trigger for item modified.
Add action to get item from same list with item ID returned as dynamic output of step 1.
Add condition check the field value.
Add action to send E-Mail.
Workflow triggers always run once event is already occurred it will not wait til item is approved or anything. If you triggering point is item deleted, it does trigger MS flow(just tried this) but it won't anything for status as you trigger is when item is deleted. If you want to handle situation than item is deleted when it is only approved. you should ...
As per the last answer: Workflows always run "after" the event.
You could, however, use remote event receivers. If you use SPRemoteEventType.ItemDeleting you will get notified before the event is processed (i.e. before the item is really "gone"). You could create a flow with a http-request-trigger (it's "premium", though) to process the event.
Ok, managed to make it work. What I did is instead of Get Items, I used the Get Item action, removed the filtering action and input that into the Get Item action itself, to compare the ID of the item in the first list with the copied item in the second list and based on that to update.
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The flow can be tested by adding a list and creating a flow by
clicking Flow from the Menu
O365 email id will be used to configure email functionality (you can use Outlook email as well)
The list items contains an attachment on each rows – this can be
enabled by selecting List settings -> Advanced settings -> select
“Enabled from Specify ...
Unfortunately, it don't support HTTPS, it's a clear statement
Microsoft SharePoint data gateways only support HTTP traffic; they do
not support HTTPS traffic
Meanwhile, I think extending the web application may be overcome this issue:
When the web application is extended, a different Web Application and IIS are created So you can use HTTP ...
I found by changing:
var NewUL = "<li> <img src='data:"+PhotoContentType+";"+Picture+"'/> "+Name+" "+Department+"</li>";
var NewUL = "<li> <img src='data:"+PhotoContentType+";base64,"+Picture+"'/> "+Name+" "+Department+"</li>";
The picture ...
You won't be able to use a Flow to query or terminate another Flow
You'll instead need to drive your Flow by using informative custom columns in your affected list or library - for example, "Workflow Status" - and build conditions in your Flow that inspect these values to determine whether to proceed or not.
For example, we could setup a list with a ...
Although i haven't tried this but i have something in my mind that may help you.
What you can do is create a column with name Flag. Whenever a flow gets triggered on item ,set a condition such that the flag gets set to value False.
If the flow gets completed set the column value to True.
Now the condition when you trigger flow for any item in share point ...
Create a flow that uses a timer as its trigger, and schedule the timer for once a day. After the trigger fires, have an action that gets the list items, filtered for the ones that need a reminder, and process those through a loop, sending the emails. Here is a microsoft doc that will walk you through the process of triggering a flow based on a schedule.
False alarm it seems - I've got a manual pushbutton one working from my mobile and the one I created based on an SPList item being created kicked in as well.
According to the flow history the latter ran fine yesterday at 15:34 when I created the item... funny how I sat for about an hour refreshing it and nothing was happening or showing in the history.