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ArtHavenShelter
Helper I
Helper I

Creating a folder for new list item, and create a link to the folder.

Hi! 
reading some other example, I still can't figure it out. So maybe you can assist.

There is a list: Employees

Each new to be created employee folder within the library Staff must have a personal name: Title_Surname_Name

1. I add a title, surname and name in Employees;

2. The flow starts with creating a folder for that staff member;

3. The list item gets a link nice icon or short link in the hyperlink column: Employeefolder. 

 

Tried to work this out but somehow it doesn't work.
I also tried this: How To Update Hyperlink Fields With URL And Description Using Microsoft Flow 
but get the message: The expression "web/lists/GetByTitle(‘Employees’)/items(35)" is not valid.
I do think something is wrong with the ID or so.


I tried two options: 

1. 

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and 2.

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ArtHavenShelter
Helper I
Helper I

It's solved for now. It went wrong with the single and double quotes signs and the proper connection with the ID field. 

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hhaliman
Frequent Visitor

Thanks! This is really magic to me. I thought to just follow what Power Automate facilitates without knowing code. This above my understanding of scripts. 

Shuvam-rpa
Super User
Super User

@ArtHavenShelter So basically you want create a folder in sharepoint library when a new item created in a employee list??

ArtHavenShelter
Helper I
Helper I

It's solved for now. It went wrong with the single and double quotes signs and the proper connection with the ID field. 

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