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daniellemaree
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Office 365 Groups

Hi, 

 

I am looking to create a power app that lets a user join a group in office 365 groups.

 

Essentially at the end the process will let a new user join the O365 group and that will use a flow to join a certain spo site & teams channel.

 

Is there a way in the power apps the user can enter there credtientials i.e email address for example for the flow action "O365-Groups-Add memeber to group"  to run? 

 

Or the person who is filling the power app how can you pre populate the user information when its loaded? 

 

 

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Re: Office 365 Groups

Hi @daniellemaree,

 

Yes, you can achieve this by first create below Flow:

Capture.PNG

 

In PowerApps, 

  1. Add a Text input control, and a Button control.

  2. With the Button control selected, select Flows on the Action tab. 

    action-tab.png
  3. In the pane that appears, select the flow that you created.  Type TextInput1.Text) at the end of the formula 

 

FlowName.Run(TextInput1.Text)

 

Let your users to fill the texinput control with the email.

 

Regards,

Mona

 

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
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Community Support Team
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Re: Office 365 Groups

Hi @daniellemaree,

 

Yes, you can achieve this by first create below Flow:

Capture.PNG

 

In PowerApps, 

  1. Add a Text input control, and a Button control.

  2. With the Button control selected, select Flows on the Action tab. 

    action-tab.png
  3. In the pane that appears, select the flow that you created.  Type TextInput1.Text) at the end of the formula 

 

FlowName.Run(TextInput1.Text)

 

Let your users to fill the texinput control with the email.

 

Regards,

Mona

 

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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daniellemaree
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Re: Office 365 Groups

Hi Mona

 

Thanks, I have tested it and that works

 

With some logic in the next step depending on what O365 Group the user can choose from 34 groups.

 

How is it possible to add the conditional statement to the flow depending on what the group they select?

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