I have a need to pull in an employee id. In infopath, we used eval()AccountId. I know that is not an option with PowerApps; is there an alternative option?
If not, I do show the Employee ID in the Outlook contact card under Outlook property - Alias. Could I alternatively create a flow from the PowerApp to retrieve the text from the Outlook property?
You can add Office365 Users connection and then use Office365Users.UserProfile("email@example.com").Id
Hope this helps!
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Hi, when i use this formula "Office365Users.UserProfile("firstname.lastname@example.org"). it returns below value. how can i get the Network ID of the user.
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