As it can be seen, from the format of the email that the user has, he is an external user.
Have you checked that the user's identity still exists within the Azure Active Directory?
Has the user accepted the invitation?
Since the user is external, there's not much that can be done, other than the basic check that the users exists within the directory and he ...
Yes, Office 365 E1 is minimal enterprise plan sufficient for your use case.
Office 365 E1 Plan supports using of SharePoint online as well as Yammer.
Check below documentations for more information:
Microsoft 365 and Office 365 plan options
Compare Office 365 enterprise plans (E1/E3/E5)
To narrow down your issue:
1.Does only one user have similar issues?
2.What are the permissions of this user?
3.Has this issue occurred in other libraries?
4.Can this issue be reproduced stably? Or does it only appear once?
Try the below snippet in a browser's developer console to get the list of flows associated with the SharePoint List using REST API. This will not provide the flows for a specified account, instead, it gives you all flows irrespective of accounts.
/* **** RUN THIS SNIPPET in Browser Developer Console to see the output **** */
// POST request Call
SharePoint Home site app is now known as the Viva Connections.
Brief steps to add Viva Connections for Microsoft Teams desktop:
Set up a home site in SharePoint Online
Enable and Customize Global navigation in SharePoint app bar.
Create a Viva Connections app package in PowerShell
Provide tenant and site information to create the package
Upload the Viva ...
The issue turned out to be user error. The folder I was trying to break inheritance on already had unique permissions. I didn't realize it because they were identical to the permissions of the parent. Once I restored the inheritance, breakRoleInheritance worked properly.
Try passing the folder relative URL in below format:
Update from comments:
You can break permission ...