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testasdfasfsafa
Advocate IV
Advocate IV

Appalled by the fact there is no action called "Sort Array" after all these years...

By searching key words like "Array Sort", you can see many people have reported this major issue, yet not a word from Microsoft.  Nintex had this feature in 2007!!  This proves this Forum is basically never read by the product team.  It just feels Power Automate is worked on by 2 programmers.  Features remain in preview for ever, bugs don't get fixed, missing feature don't get addresses, Ideas in this forum stays the same status for years...

 

Needless to say, I'm losing faith in this product seeing the clear lack of interest by Microsoft to push the envelope and properly fund this platform. 

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takolota
Super User
Super User

New expressions were just released for this

https://youtu.be/u8tT0k-TXqQ

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takolota
Super User
Super User

New expressions were just released for this

https://youtu.be/u8tT0k-TXqQ

testasdfasfsafa
Advocate IV
Advocate IV

Thanks for sharing this information.  Wonder why this was not posted on their blog or release notes somewhere...  Having expressions is a good start for now, but having real flow actions is better.  Power Automate is supposed to be "Flow for everyone", expressions are sometimes to complex for some people.

testasdfasfsafa
Advocate IV
Advocate IV

Actually, I don't see "sort" in my expression list... Is this a preview feature we must turn on or perhaps my tenant has not been updated?

takolota
Super User
Super User

@Paulie78 

 

Were the new sort expressions a preview feature?

Are they still being rolled out for some?

testasdfasfsafa
Advocate IV
Advocate IV

Power Automate team is not agile, they don't read feedback, and don't release often....   

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