Anatomy of Power Automate Flow Run Url

Understanding the anatomy of a Power Automate Flow run Url allows you to be able to programmatically build the Url within your Flows. This is beneficial because it allows logic within your Flow to handle when the Flow fails to be able to send the…

Dynamically Modify Properties on Objects in Power Automate

It is pretty easy to modify an objects properties in Power Automate; you could simply use a Select action and configure the mapping manually by hand. This would be a good approach if you wanted to update a collection of SharePoint items properties…

Update a SharePoint List from a CSV using Power Automate

Recently I was talking to a colleague, Devin Prevost, about a project where he is developing a solution for a client on the Power Platform. One of the challenges he was trying to solve was how he could ingest data from the client’s data warehouse…

Find the differences between two arrays of objects

Finding the differences between to arrays of objects is a common task that you may need to perform in your Power Automate workflows but you may be surprised that it isn’t as easy as you would expect, especially when you try to do it at scale on…

Chunk an Array in Power Automate

There are many reasons why you may want to chunk an array into smaller arrays and you may be surprised to find out there isn’t an out of the box action or expression to do this. I am going to walk you through how you can use a handful of variables, a…

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