I was actually looking for a way to pass the entire collection that was there in the PowerApps to the MS Follow for subsequent action to be taken based on data at each row of the collection.
There is no direct way to achieve it at this point of time.
Doing a forall & concatenate seemed slow and complicated respectively.
I found an easy way to achieve the above.
Here's what I did :
Now you can manipulate collection data at the flow end like anyother JSON data.
Note/Tip & Trick :
For the schema of the JSON that needs to be provided at the flow end in the Parse JSON step.
You can set the text value of label as the Json Variable(JSONName). Copy paste the content of the label in the Parse JSON flow step.
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Hi @svijay_001 ,
Thanks for your sharing!
The new function of JSON is quite useful.
Here's a doc about how to use json:
Community Support Team _ Phoebe Liu
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Two thumbs up for the new JSON function!!
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