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Frequent Visitor

Re: Employee Phone number missing

I also tried to use your code in the OnSelect section and it produces an error on the ".Value" 

 

Launch("tel:"&(Office365Users.UserProfile("mbailey@dornier.com").BusinessPhones).Value)

 

This is the original code:

 

Launch("tel:"&First(EmployeeProfile).mobilePhone)

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Power Apps

Re: Employee Phone number missing

@mbailey218- I think you are missing a First in the formula:

 

Launch("tel:"&First(Office365Users.UserProfile("mbailey@dornier.com").BusinessPhones).Value)

 

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Re: Employee Phone number missing

For other users I used First(Office365Users.UserProfile(ThisItem.Mail).BusinessPhones).Value
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Re: Employee Phone number missing

This is what worked for me: 

First(Office365Users.UserProfile(First(EmployeeProfile).Mail).BusinessPhones).Value 

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Helper I

Re: Employee Phone number missing

it returns my phone number

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Frequent Visitor

Re: Employee Phone number missing

Are you looking at your profile when it returns your number? It returns the correct number for the user profile in my app

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Helper I
Helper I

Re: Employee Phone number missing

so what it really turned out to be (this is the org browser after all) is :

 

First(Office365Users.UserProfile(TextBox1_26).BusinessPhones).Value  (where the textbox is displaying the value of the email address.

 

Is there a data list browser?  to see what fields are available in the UserProfile object for example?

 

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Re: Employee Phone number missing

Iv'e found a number of different ways to return the data i need but i can't get past this error: 

Office365Users.UserProfile failed: The method 'User Profile' has an invalid parameter for 'userId' 

 

These are just a few that work but still throw the error: 

If(!IsBlank(EmployeeProfile.BusinessPhones), First(Office365Users.UserProfile(TextBox1_26).BusinessPhones).Value)
 First(Office365Users.UserProfile((First(EmployeeProfile).UserPrincipalName)).BusinessPhones).Value)
First(Office365Users.UserProfile(TextBox1_26).BusinessPhones).Value 

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Helper I
Helper I

Re: Employee Phone number missing

yes.  I'm down to that error as well.

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Frequent Visitor

Re: Employee Phone number missing

If there is a way to suppress the error that would work as well. The app is working like it needs to now, i just cant roll it out with that error popping up

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