I would like to run a flow via Power App. My problem I don't see the full list of the help window which contains the requested parameters in appropriate order.
I attach a picture about the issue.
Can you help me how to know what is the sequence after the ... ?
Unfortunately it is not the same as the Power Automate's Populate a MS Word template shows but you can check it on the following screenshot:
Do you have any idea for the solution?
Thank you in advance.
Have you tried filling all variable that you already see? My guess is that after the last one, if you put ',' it will show you to rest (or the next batch).
Hi @akosbanar ：
If you need to pass multiple parameters to Flow, I suggest you use PowerApps(V2), Because it allows you to customize the parameter name and parameter type, when you use it in Canvas, it will display your customized parameter name instead of the default parameter name to prevent confusion.
Thank you for your reply.
I try to combine your idea with the 'Populate a Microsoft Word template' Power Automate function.
Then it should be best to follow what @v-bofeng-msft suggested. It may require some time to rework, but its worth it.
Hi @akosbanar :
That's true.You can only set up to 20 inputs.If you want to enter more parameters, I suggest you pass the JSON text directly, and then parse it in Flow.
Hi @v-bofeng-msft ,
Thank you for your tip.
I'd like to create an fancy, official document what we can send to the business. I'm not really sure it is possible with the mentioned solution.
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