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Get the condition of weather in Japanese

How can I get the condition of weather in Japanese?

to share with members in Japan.

 

Scenario:

- Notify the condition of weather to other members in other place.

 

Test flow, Get the current weather of MSN Weather, and Translate the condition of output to Japanese,

But, The string of condition in Japanese is NO GOOD.

But, Windows Weather apps is GOOD. 

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Resident Rockstar

Hi @yoshihirok , thank you for your post (as always) Smiley Happy

This isn't a complete solution but will be worth a read for you in 2 ways.

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/General-Flow-Discussion/MSN-Weather-in-Flow/m-p/195175

I mention this because, I there's a template "Get today's weather forecast for my current location". Give it a try perhaps.

 

Also, Emin mentions using the "AccuWeather" API as it gave a better translation ... I'm not sure for Japan but again, worth a go.

 

As a bonus, @sergeluca has posted this - https://sergeluca.wordpress.com/2018/08/07/creating-flow-powerapps-custom-connectors-step-by-step-pa...

 

It refers to making a custom connector harnessing the APIXU weather API so perhaps this could also be worth a look if you find that AccuWeather provides a solution.

 

Not a direct solution, but I hope it helps.

 

If you have found my post helpful, please mark thumbs up.

Any other questions, just ask.

Thanks, Alan


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Hi @AlanPs1 , thank you for your reply.

 

So, I'm looking for better translation of weather to Japan, with no-code.

 

Rgards.

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