I can collect nothing but the current details about SharePoint list, so I hope the relevant feature to be strengthened along with a variety of methods such as the one to check which items have been edited or how the value has been modified.
I currently use Planner to manage graphics requests. I assign the people who do the graphics and the clients nad personell involved in the graphic request. I work with just one Plan, for all these requests, as this allows me to see the progress of all my requests at a glance, rather than one plan for each request. However, whenever I post a comment, everyone in the graphics request plan, gets an email about the task, even if they are not assigned to this. It would be really benefitial to have a flow that is:
Send an email > Only to those who are assigned to a task.
So if I make a comment, upload a file, add a link etc, within a task, it should just email the people assigned to that task, NOT all members of the plan
I have a comment on the feature of [Send as template] in flow menu. I hope that I will be able to select both enabling and disabling for its function. I understand the way to avoid security risk is that each of the employee refrains from sending any templates. However, at this moment there is no method to get rid of template sending. So, I would like you to take this comment into account.
Flow provides a feature to perform content approval via Mobile App or Email, however, it cannot update the "Approval status" field back to the list. This is great if we could have this feature because it will virtually lock the item from updating again, or it will require to be re-approved.
There's probably already a bunch of ideas posted for this but I couldn't find any after a quick search. It would be helpful to have some planner triggers, specifically one for when a task was deleted (or at least modified, including deletion).
It is possible to use the raw HTTP connector and using the json() method to send the payload but it doesn't seem to be very practical as you loose the capability to insert flow parameters and the entier payload is summerized into one single line.
We have users who would like us to Sync their SharePoint Calendars with their Office 365 Calendars. We can only send new events from one calendar to the other in a Flow. We would like to be able to modify and delete events though a synchronization. We also need the ability to add attendees within the sync.
Currently the mobile app is only a trigger for Flows. I would like the ability to have a different trigger for my flow and pull data from my mobile device. We're currently working on a Flow to send a push notification when a calendar event is scheduled for that day. We'd like to be able to share the flow with others in different time zones and have it work when travelling across time zones. I was thinking we could do this by getting the current time from the mobile app. I know we can get that information if the mobile app is the trigger for the Flow, but since the calendar event creation is the trigger, I need some way to get that information as an action.
As would any decent tool where users make changes to code or configuration changes, implementing a version control component, would allow a user to a) rollback, and b) reference back to code. Optional additional features show which user performed the edits, datetime stamp of changes, and code diff tool between versions.
Responding to modern approvals straight from the inbox is a great feature. If actionable messages could also be implemented in the Outlook mobile app it would be a significant feature for many. Bypassing the Approvals Center on the flow website will reduce confusion for the end user.
I've been working on a requirement to either create or update a record in Dynamics 365 based on whether there is a field value match in an excel table. Creating records based on this works a charm, however I have hit a brick wall of darkness while trying to update records in Dynamics due to the limitation with nested foreaches and because I cannot seem to iterate over an array of record identifiers in flow.
This could be easily avoided if we could use the Dynamics 365 alternate key functionality in Flow to identify records when updating from another array or list (say for example my list of contacts in excel).
This would mitigate the limitation with nested foreaches, as you wouldn't need to pull a list of contact IDs from Dynamics and then iterate over each guid in the array to update each record in Dynamics 365. We can upsert records based on alternate keys programmatically, so for us to start adopting flow as a viable non-code solution for integrating data, I think this is quite key.
Whe you have a large number of Flows run, it's almost impossible to find the right log to see what happened with a specific item. We get a list of runs, and the information inside each run's log is awesome. The trick is finding the right log. If a number of Flows run within a small timeframe, it's even harder to find the right one. This is especially difficult with both the Flow logs and the SharePoint list view showing times in the "friendly" "44 minutes ago" format.
I'd like to suggest some sort of search mechanism for the logs. I realize this can be very hard if you think across all of the different services. Specifically I'm working with SharePoint content, and I know we need something here. Another approach would be to give us a way to see the Flow runs which have happened for a particular item, sort of like we have for SPD workflows today. This would be an orthogonal view on the same Flow logs, but based on the triggering item.
I'm using a team flow where we have multiple people involved. The data comes from a shared Excel Workbook, but whenever I try to edit the flow it is very hard to distinguish the exact excel connection that needs to be chosen. Every single connection is marked as Excel with no-reference to the owner