Have you tried using Parse JSON action? For input to Parse JSON, use the Person object retrieved by Get Items action, and for Schema, use the below:
You can create a workflow or Microsoft flow/power automate to update the Email address field based on the Person or Group field.
If you are not going to use those email address values later (you don't need to save emails in column) and you just want to show the email in SharePoint list view then you can also achieve it using JSON ...
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 ...
Microsoft Flow has trigger action When a new response is submitted where you have to set Form ID to listen this event when MS Forms is submitted. And it takes only one Form ID value in this control.
So, unfortunately, there is no way right now that you can make common flow to listen all your MS Forms together. You will have to create separate flows for them....
Please check this post from Powerusers forum. It contains what you need.
Basically, you need use the SharePoint Connector Trigger for when a SharePoint item is created or modified and then a switch-case on the column value that you want to monitor.
This flow will trigger every time the list is updated but no actions will be taken if the condition is not ...
Not sure if I understand your question completely.
You can use Get Item (not Get Items!!) to get all properties of a list item. Then edit the properties of the file in its new location in the library and pull the properties from the Get Item step.
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
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 ...
Flow has no concept of 'read only' access to the Flow itself. When you share a Flow you create, it automatically promotes it to a Team Flow, but as you noted you can only add them as Owners.
The Flow trigger can be initiated depending on the user permission to the location where the Flow itself triggers or in the case of SharePoint Online, if the List or ...
Flow trigger based on site address, so you can't create a common flow to be used across multiple SharePoint sites.
The correct internal name for ModerationStatus column is OData__ModerationStatus. It is usually hidden from the UI.
That's why you are facing the error that column doesn't exist .
Please change it to OData__ModerationStatus, there is double under-score here , and it should work.
Internal name of moderation status column is OData__ModerationStatus. So you need to use this in your filter query.
It has below values
0 = Approved
1 = Rejected
2 = Pending
3 = Draft
So, in REST APIs you would use a URL ending with an OData filter command like:
.../items?$filter=OData__ModerationStatus eq 0
There are a few ways to solve this but here is one approach.
Add an Approved Date field to the list.
When you are updating the feedback field, also update the Approved Date to Now().
Update the Flow to only run if the Approved Date is null.
If you don't want to use Approved Date, replace it with a Yes/No field, but the same basic logic applies.
I also faced same issue for that, you just need to re write all logics under that apply to each, because when you change its name then previously defined data will not able to find 'Apply To Each' named loop. So rewrite all variable/properties after renaming loop.
Below steps worked for me, please check if it's working for you:
Create a flow with trigger "Manually trigger a flow" trigger. And select email option.
Add "Create approval" action and set email property as assigned to in this action.
Set other values in above action as per your need.
Run the flow and pass email address of the user ...
Here are the steps that I would follow:
After [Get Items] action add a [Compose] action
Execute the Flow and examine the output from the [Compose].
Copy the output of the [Compose] into clipboard
Add [Parse JSON] action and use the output from step 3 as sample data to generate schema
Add addition actions like another [Compose] action to verify the Parse ...
In your flow, instead of reading few rows in a loop, why don't you try to read whole file at once and take data in JSON object variable? You can use this JSON object later in loop for further operations. This way it will reduce the excel online API calls on excel file and will not locked out.
The 429 status code error shows that your flow instances are ...
Since this a complex array, I used a combination of [Parse JSON] and [Apply to each] actions, and string functions to generate the HTML table to get the output as requested.
See the screenshots and explanation below.
varArray - a string variable, contains the array string that has been provided.
varHTMLTable - a string variable, initialized with a Table ...
You can set the newly added user to be an owner of the team using "Add a member to a team" action.
Set Should the newly added user be an owner of the team to Yes
Microsoft documentation: Add a member to a team
Select action takes an array and outputs an array allowing to change the shape of the object in the array, but the number of items still remains the same.
For more information you can refer to this MS Article
However, we can accomplish this goal by using the following steps:
Declare an array variable to hold the multi-choice field's values
Get list items ([...
For using flow to remove user site permission, we will need to use rest api and call the http request to do so. The most default way can be remove user from permission group, and a simple demo will be like below:
The GRP2 is the group name and I use the method removeByLoginName. This is not the only way, you can try other options with Rest api.
Here are ...
Here are the steps and a sample Power Automate you can use to suit your need.
Get all the SPO groups (Id, Title) using [Send an HTTP request to SharePoint]
Use [Parse JSON] to convert output (body) from step 1 to easily readable properties
Use [Apply to each] to process each group and then retrieve users for that group by using another [Send an HTTP..]
@Omi in a hellcat,
@Murilo Santana has provided a good solution. you may also have a look SPFx ListView Command Set Extension:
It can trigger an HTTP flow:
Remove single quotes around 'Testing'.
It should be simply like:
Phase Value is equal to Testing
Also, if "Has Column Changed - Phase" is of type Yes/No, I would recommend you to add true value from dynamic content/expressions panel like mentioned here