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chris_tortuga
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How do I extract "Joe" from the output: ["Smith- Joe"]

I have a flow that pulls Bookings appointments from Outlook.

 

It takes the assigned staff member from the appointment, but the result is always (example): ["Smith- Joe"]

 

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How can I extract the first and last name as content? For instance, First Name: "Joe" and Last Name: "Smith"

 

Thank you,

Chris

 

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ScottShearer
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@chris_tortuga use a split expression and split on - followed by a space.  Let me know if you need an example.

 

 

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Thank for the reply @ScottShearer 

 

I'm a novice. Could you provide an example?

 

I'm guessing that I need to add an action "Set Variable (Staff Member)"

 

The value would be?

 

Thank you! Let me know if you need any additional screenshots!

Chris

@chris_tortuga 

This was a little more complicated than I realized...  Power Automate wants to treat your string as an array.  See my example below and let me know if you have any questions.

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