Hi smart people,
I would like to duplicate selected items (entire row(s)) in a SharePoint online list.
I managed to duplicate all entries with "get item" and " create item" but I'd like to only duplicate selected.
Solved! Go to Solution.
Open your list in SharePoint. Click Automate > Power Automate > Create Flow
Then create the flow trigger as
Once the flow is created go back to your SharePoint list. Select the item you want to duplicate then click Automate > Power Automate > Select the flow you created earlier.
Thank you @abm . I tried but was not successful in writing back to the list. I tried writing with " create item" but my columns were not to be found in dynamic content. I tried "id" and it wrote back a "1".
I'm a super novice when it comes to this.
Do you have the possibility to explain all steps?
Select the row you want to duplicate and click the arrow where it says "Automate". You should see your flows connected to the list there.
if i have a column which have 2 or more items, it will copy into 2 or more rows, how do i just copy 1 row but have the same number of items in the column?
Not sure I understood what you meant by. Could you please post this as a new thread? Also explain with some detailed examples.
Hi, may i know how u grant access to users who are not creator for this workflow as they cant see it from Automate > Power Automate
Hello, Thank you for this solution. It works fine but I was not able to duplicate the fields that where choices or Lookup to other lists with dinamic content from the Get Item action, only options I choose for those fields. Best Regards, Joana
That also happened to you on your "open point w" field. You can choose yes or no but not copy what was on the item you selected to copy.
This looks great. The only issue i am running into is that it doesn't seem to recognize a SharePoint "Events list" as a valid list in the site. Is there something else I need to do, or are "Events lists" just not supported?
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