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ryleybauer
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Resolver II

Adding Link to Hub Site Navigation with HTTP/Power Automate

Hello, 

I'm able to use an http step to add to the quick launch and top site bar, but I can't figure out the link to post a new navigation to the Hub Site navigation. Does anyone have the URL for the Hub Navigation REST endpoint?

 

/_api/web/navigation/TopNavigationBar

 

ryleybauer_0-1656311269570.png

 

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Expiscornovus
Super User
Super User

Hi @ryleybauer,


In your URI use the TopNavigationBar property instead of the QuickLaunch.

 

topnavigationbar_property.png

 

 

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Hi @Expiscornovus

I'm sorry, I wasn't clear as I realized I had "TopNavigationBar" in my description and "QuickLaunch" in my screenshot. I've tried "HubNav" as that's the html object name, but that didn't work either. 

However,  you were correct that it's the "TopNavigationBar", I just had issues with my browser cache not showing me the changes, leading me to believe that there must have been another endpoint! Thanks for reassuring me I was going in the right direction! 

 

ryleybauer_1-1656343612043.png


Both of these were working, but I was convinced there had to be another endpoint as I was only seeing the new navigation elements in the classic settings page, leading me to believe that the "Top" bar was not the "Hub" bar. 

ryleybauer_2-1656343637158.png

ryleybauer_3-1656344126534.png

 

However, clearing your cache does wonders. CTRL+F5 reload wasn't updating the Hub Nav bar, only once I cleared 24hours of browser data, it did properly load! 

ryleybauer_4-1656344372976.png

 

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Expiscornovus
Super User
Super User

Hi @ryleybauer,


In your URI use the TopNavigationBar property instead of the QuickLaunch.

 

topnavigationbar_property.png

 

 

Hi @Expiscornovus

I'm sorry, I wasn't clear as I realized I had "TopNavigationBar" in my description and "QuickLaunch" in my screenshot. I've tried "HubNav" as that's the html object name, but that didn't work either. 

However,  you were correct that it's the "TopNavigationBar", I just had issues with my browser cache not showing me the changes, leading me to believe that there must have been another endpoint! Thanks for reassuring me I was going in the right direction! 

 

ryleybauer_1-1656343612043.png


Both of these were working, but I was convinced there had to be another endpoint as I was only seeing the new navigation elements in the classic settings page, leading me to believe that the "Top" bar was not the "Hub" bar. 

ryleybauer_2-1656343637158.png

ryleybauer_3-1656344126534.png

 

However, clearing your cache does wonders. CTRL+F5 reload wasn't updating the Hub Nav bar, only once I cleared 24hours of browser data, it did properly load! 

ryleybauer_4-1656344372976.png

 

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