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Step 3: Creating Flow for the Actions
We have created SharePoint List and PowerApps Forms with Button. We need to give an action to get the user details from the logged in user profile. To do that, we need to insert a flow.
Select the Button and click on Flow in the Menu,
Click on Create a new flow
After clicking on create a new flow, It will take you to the flow admin central
Click on Next Step
Under choose an action, type get my profile– Select Get my Profile(V2)
Click on Next step
Select Respond to PowerApps
Click on Add an output
Add all the output fields and select the appropriate Dynamic context and match with right output fields correctly.
After giving the identifiable Names for the Flow and click on Save
Let’s test the flow created to identify whether flow is working fine.
Click on Test
Click on I’ll perform the trigger action
Click on Continue
Click on Run Flow
Now, you can see the flow executed successfully and able to get the information of the user who triggered the flow
Once you have created the flow for the loadButton, let’s save the PowerApps created to avoid loss.
Give the name for the PowerApps with identifiable name and click on Save
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