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Using ManagerV2 to create a Hierarchy

Hello. I'm hoping I can get some help with a flow that I'm looking to build.

I'm looking to use the get manager flow to collect a series of direct reports for a manager and add them individually into a SharePoint list. This would look at 4 levels of managers and place them into a column of the SharePoint list.

It would be:
Manager level 4 added to the level 4 column and then there Direct reports (Manager level 3)
Manager Level 3 added to the level 3 column and then there Direct reports (Manager Level 2).
Manager level 2 added to the level 2 columns and then there Direct reports (Manager level 1).
Manager level 1 added to the level 1 column and then there Direct reports.

In the end each row of the SharePoint would have one entry from each level to break down a list of an organizational hierarchy.

Hoping someone has come up with something like this in the past.
Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Using ManagerV2 to create a Hierarchy

Hi @Willo ,


Could you please share a screenshot of the configuration of your flow?

Could you please explain more details about the direct reports for a manager that you want to collect?


Best regards,



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