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Flow documentation

I am really excited about the Microsoft Flow, but where is the real documentation and i don't mean the screen shots showing how to do what is obvious.  I mean documentation that you can use to actuall do something.  For example, what happens when you excecute an excel get rows action.  It obviously must go to the to the spreadsheet get stuff and put it somewhere, But what does it get, where does it put it how do I use it. If I want to look up a specific value in the data that Flow just got from my spreadsheet, how is that done?

 

I can infer some of that by making a test flow and seeing what dynamic content there is available, but is there no actual documentation for this stuff?  Is everyone just doing what I'm doing? It's incredibly time consuming and frustrating having to try and guess what this particular service, trigger or action will actually do, where it will do it and how you can make decisions on what it has done.

 

I've seen some specific answers in these forums, but somewhere there has to be real documentation for this stuff.

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Re: Flow documentation

Hi @Glebenerd

 

I think you can find some documentation here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/connectors/apis-list

 

 

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Marco Mangiante

 

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Re: Flow documentation

Hi @Glebenerd

 

I think you can find some documentation here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/connectors/apis-list

 

 

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Marco Mangiante

 

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Re: Flow documentation

Thank you Marco:

 

A lot more info there

 

Cheers

 

John

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