When I started with Microsoft Flow, I started with understanding triggers and actions. Then quite quickly I discovered dynamic content and expressions. Data moves from one a step to another with ease but sometimes things get a bit harder.In this post I will look at the input and the output of each step in Microsoft … Continue reading Microsoft Flow – The INs and OUTs of triggers and actions
Microsoft Flow is a great product that lets you trigger processes when items or files in SharePoint are changed. This works very well and better than in SharePoint Designer, however there are a few limitations that need to be addressed. 1. The Created or Modified trigger should give previous values for fields When a flow is … Continue reading Microsoft Flow – SharePoint triggers and their limitations
After yesterday's post about the triggers available for SharePoint in Microsoft Flow, today it is time to look at the Actions available. I will categorise the operations in the following categories. Files Items Approval Users and Groups The following operations of the operations will be related to files in SharePoint libraries Copy file Create file Delete … Continue reading Microsoft Flow – What SharePoint actions follow the triggers?