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Looking up O365 Users in a flow

I've been tasked to create a flow that looks up a user's boss and send them an email when they submit a PowerApps report to a SharePoint list.


Each user and their corresponding boss's employee ID is in a SQL.


I need to compare the Boss' employee ID with O365 field that has the ID in it.


But how do I see O365 User information in a flow?

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Re: Looking up O365 Users in a flow

Hi @PhilatBaker,


Have you tried the connector Office 365 users?


You could get the detailed information of a user by using Office 365 users. Before using this action, please make sure you have manager configured in AAD.


More details about the connector, please check it at here:


Please take a try with it on your side.


Best regards,

Mabel Mao

Community Support Team _ Mabel Mao
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Re: Looking up O365 Users in a flow

Hello, @PhilatBaker!


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Resolver I
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Re: Looking up O365 Users in a flow

It is not because the fields for Employee ID is a custom field, that we may need to use some sort of API to extrapolate that information.  We are still working on resolving this issue.

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