15 May’19

Azure and Office 365, D365 GeneralCount Number of files in SharePoint folder


This blog explains how to Count No of files in SharePoint folder using MS Flow.

Steps to be followed:

  1. Select “Send an HTTP request to SharePoint” from Actions.
  2.  Enter below details:Site Address: Select the site address from the list. Method: GETUri: _api/web/GetFolderByServerRelativeUrl(‘LibraryTitle/foldername’)/ItemCountExample: _api/web/GetFolderByServerRelativeUrl(‘account/CFS Organization_584732FD1267E911A997000D3AA2C8D1‘)/ItemCount-> It will count the no of files in “CFS Organization_584732FD1267E911A997000D3AA2C8D1” folder.

Output of above request: 

Accessing value of ItemCount:

  1. Add Compose Action.
  2. Add below expression in Inputs:


Written by

Vaishali Vyas

Software Engineer

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