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Advocate II
Advocate II

Upload Photos to Onedrive From PowerApp



i tried two way to Upload photos to Onedrive from Power Apps... but i struct in both method due to following issue..


1. i tried to upload photos to Onedrive through Flow (sent Path, FileName , Content) Path & FileName was working fine but the content was in not supported format (i used comman to used content is MyCamera.Photo)

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the Image shows the file created in onedrive with not supported (image) format.


2. i tried to Upload the image to Common data service. i have created new entity but the column type not having image type field ...

 in the my second option also i did not having image type.


Can any one help me to resolve the above issue or any other way to opload photos to onedrive...





No solutions. I've moved away from this for now to focuse on creating apps. Just finished my third. The Gallery isn't as important to me as the ability to upload photos, without having to attach them to an email. My plan was to offload photos every day or two, to keep the gallery small, and never get close to 500. Not even 100. But without knowing the description of the files being saved to OneDrive, that's simply not possible. If I had a reference, I could move a batch of 5-10 photos at a time into a specific Job Folder. Not sure if this will ever get resolved.


Guess I read recently that Flows are being improved for PowerApps. Hopefully that will help solve this riddle.

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I hope so too, JimmyS,
Thank you for your reply

Helper I
Helper I

This is exactly what I've been trying to accomplish for a while. Have you had any luck??
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Memorable Member

Unfortunately not.
Can someone from the Microsoft team help, please?

I uploaded an image to Excel; however, I do not see the folder you mentioned is created in OneDrive.



Recently i have found this option. by adding extension as .jpg in file name




 its working for me!!


for more detail pls refer




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