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Using Send an HTTP Request to SharePoint to get email

Hi all, 


I'm trying to build a flow to email a SharePoint security group from a site collection. 

I've successfully used the "Send an HTTP request to SharePoint" action to retrieve the email address:


Method: GET

URI: "_api/Web/SiteGroups/GetById(79)/users?$select=Email"


How do I then use the output in a "Send an email" Outlook action?

I saw something somewhere about using the Parse JSON action, but I am brand new to JSON and could use a bit more "for dummies" help.


Any advice?



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Re: Using Send an HTTP Request to SharePoint to get email

Hi @SylvieLet17,


This doc on working with lists and list items with REST could be your reference:


When using Get request, if you want to parse the response, you can query the body of the action then parse through the JSON array or object depending on your response.

Please check this blog for more details:



Best regards,

Mabel Mao

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Re: Using Send an HTTP Request to SharePoint to get email

Hello,  @SylvieLet17!

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