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How can I save results from an Apply to Each loop?

I need to loop through multiple SharePoint lists because of the current limiations of Flow's SharePoint actions. My issue is then taking the results of an Apply to Each loop and then combing them into a single list to do another Apply to Each loop against.

 

The first loop is getting the List Root Folder for multiple sites. Then those results need to be filtered down and looped over to get the contents of sub folders. This seems doable, but I need to filter the JSON from List Root Folder, then combine the results to an array so I can loop over it again...

 

Can the results of an Apply to Each loop be stored as a variable?

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Hi @Anonymous,

 

Well, currently I don't think this is achieveable.

I think you have noticed that nested Apply to Each will not work.

And based on what I know, there should be no function available to add the item into an array.

Regards,

Michael

 

Community Support Team _ Michael Shao
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