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Post an MS Form response to MS Teams Channel using Cloud Flows

In this blog, we will learn how to quickly design a simple Cloud Flow to post a message in MS Teams Channel when a user submits a response using MS Form. Step 1: Create an MS Form to get the responses from the targeted user. Go to https://forms.office.com/ and click on New Form to create an MS Form. Now, … Continue reading Post an MS Form response to MS Teams Channel using Cloud Flows

Last and First expression in Cloud Flows – Part I

Let see how we can use last and first expression in Cloud Flows. We can use last and first expression get first and last value in array, strings and also we can use first and last expression to get first and last record from list of records in cloud flows Let get started!!!!! Let say … Continue reading Last and First expression in Cloud Flows – Part I

Count Number of files in SharePoint folder

Introduction: This blog explains how to Count No of files in SharePoint folder using MS Flow. Steps to be followed: Select “Send an HTTP request to SharePoint” from Actions.  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 … Continue reading Count Number of files in SharePoint folder

Create SharePoint Folder using POST request in MS Flows

Introduction: This blog explains how to create folders in SharePoint when new record is created in D365 CE. Use Case: When new account is created in D365 CE create “Contact Documents” and “Documents” folders in SharePoint. Pre-Requisites: D365 CE SharePoint Online Microsoft Flow Steps to be followed: Sign in to the Microsoft flow. https://flow.microsoft.com/en-us/ Go to … Continue reading Create SharePoint Folder using POST request in MS Flows