Hi, I have a Flow running on a document library (trigger: When a file is added or modified (properties only)).
Now, I need/want to get the URL of the current running Flow instance (and write it to a field of the current document/item).
Is it even possible to get this URL? If so, how?
Any help would be highly appreciated!
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Here's the naked expression.
can it be applied to different flow?
I want to get the URL for the instant flow that I newly build and insert it in the original flow.
my purpose is to send the email with the URL, so that user can just click it to trigger the instant flow
I want to invoke an instant cloud flow by opening its URL, AND pass a URL parameter for use in the flow. Workflow() doesn't seem to recognize user-added URL parameters.
Do you know of a way get user-added URL parameters of a flow's own URL? For example [flow instance address]&user=Socrates1000.
Thanks in advance.
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