In this post, I will discuss all the Collection functions that can be used in Microsoft Flow. These functions generally work with Arrays, Strings, and Dictionaries. Function Description contains This function checks if a collection has a specified item. This function requires two parameters: the collection to check and the value of the item to… Read More Express Yourself: Collection Functions in Microsoft Flow
This page contains additional examples of all the Collection functions available in Microsoft Flow. This page will be updated periodically to include more examples created by the community. contains length empty intersection union first last take skip join
In this post, I will discuss all the String functions that can be used in Microsoft Flow. As the name implies, the functions covered in this post only apply to String data type. Function Description concat This function combines any number of strings together. It requires 2 or more parameters in the form of strings… Read More Express Yourself: String Functions in Microsoft Flow
This page contains additional examples of all the String functions available in Microsoft Flow. This page will be updated periodically to include more examples created by the community. concat Example 1 This example concatenates the value from 2 columns located in different SharePoint lists: concat(triggerBody()?[‘Address_x0020_email’],triggerBody()?[‘Email_x0020_main_x0020_by’]?[‘Value’]) Source: Example 1 Example 2 This example concatenates the string… Read More Express Yourself: String Functions Examples
Microsoft Flow works with several different data types, and for you to have a better understanding of what they are, I have compiled this post with all the data types, along with their definition and examples. Please enjoy! Data Types A data type determines what type of value an object can have and what operations… Read More Express Yourself: Data Types References
I’m happy to announce I will be working on a Microsoft Flow series titled Express Yourself: Building Expressions with Microsoft Flow. The first part of the series, which is this post, is dedicated to introduce the audience to Expressions in Microsoft Flow. Without further ado, here is the first post of the series. Enjoy! Introduction… Read More Express Yourself: Building Expressions with Microsoft Flow
Hello everyone. This is my first post on my new site. I will start blogging soon since I have a lot of material to publish, which will hopefully serve the community.
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