Post message on teams with logic app

Posted On February 25, 2021 by Yogesh Gore Posted in 

Hello everyone in this blog we will see how we can post a message on a teams channel using logic app.

Step 1:

Go to portal.azure.com and select logic app azure service.

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Logic apps 
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App 
registrations 
Management 
Storage 
accounts 
Recent resources

Step 2:

 Create a logic by filling the details accordingly.

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Create a logic app 
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Resource group * 
Instance details 
Logic app name * 
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Step 3:

Select the recurrence trigger for logic app

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Start with a common trigger 
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When a HTTP 
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When a new tweet is posted 
When a new file is 
created on OneDrive 
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Choose template belcnv to soour Logic App. 
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Step 4:

Now click on new step and select Ms Teams connector.

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Step 5:

Select Post message on teams options.

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Triggers Actions 
List teams (preview) 
Microsoft Teams 
Post a choice of options as the Flow bot to a user (preview) 
Microsoft Teams 
Post a message (V3) (preview) 
Microsoft Teams 
Post a message as the Flow bot to a channel (preview) 
Microsoft Teams 
Post a message as the Flow bot to a user (preview) 
Microsoft Teams

Step 6:

Select your teams channel name and channel and write the message that you want to send.

In this way you can post a message on teams. Hope this helps.


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