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Advocate I
Advocate I

UI Issue in Power Automate in PowerApp

Dear Team,

if I have a power automated function with multiple parameters, it's not showing the all parameters and it's very important as I miss the next parameter I should pass it to this function.


please check the screenshot 

Dual Super User III
Dual Super User III

You should be able to get the parameters and the order in which they come from the way you loaded the Ask In PowerApps dynamic content in the flow.  But in general, if I have a large number of parameters like this I normally pass them to the flow as a single JSON parameter.  Its easier and more efficient than using multiple single parameters.

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