Currently Flow cannot access subsites of a OneDrive for Business SharePoint site. OneDrive fB has 2 different behaviours: as OneDrive and as a SharePoint site. From the SharePoint behaviour one can create subsites. Flow cannot access these subsites and throws some access error. So this could be a feature suggestion or a bug fix. Or both, of course.
Similar to JorgeCarvalho's suggestion to allow SharePoint mailboxes to be targeted by the Office 365 Outlook integration (https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Flow-Ideas/Flo
It would be supremely useful if we could select shared mailboxes too (and even resource mailboxes too) for Flows. At the moment, personal credentials are chosen (shared mailboxes don't have authenticable accounts).
Would like to trigger some flows from emails received by a SharePoint Site mailbox.
When I try adding a mailbox, I'm prompted for my credentials, which links my personal account, but I can't see a way of linking to another shared mailbox. I can't authenticated as the site mailbox.
I want to get the version of Microsoft Flow service.
To check my flows, which Microsoft Flow service version can work my flows or not.
and also I want to get Trigger/Actions version.
One month ago, My flows work,
and Now, My flows DOSE NOT work without any edit.
Relate - Power BI Service can get the version
Branching logic would allow multiple workflow processes to run simultaneously. Based on the current functionality it would be very difficult to use Flow for any complex approval scenarios. Right now it's limited to a very linear path with conditions. I would love to have options like: For Each, Conditional Branch, Filter, Loop.
When creating a condition logic against a document library, only default field are listed. Custom fields (metadata) are NOT listed.
This greatly limits the usability of MS Flow on document libraries.
E.g. if I added 'department' as a custom field in a document library.. i cannot add 'department' in the condition logic.
Add actions to check in, check out and publish files in a Sharepoint Library
Regarding the Dynamics 365 for Operations - Get records.
Currently there is no way to be able to control the flow based on the number of fetched records.
I.E. in many cases it is important to be able to decide if a given records is existing or not to be able to decide the flow control.
My goal was to filter text from incoming HTML formatted e-mails and post the result into excel as plain text. When I setup a flow to do so, the cells include HTML tags. I suggest creating an option to select "Body" as plain text.
I originally checked with your Flow Forum, this functionality is currently not supported: