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I want to create a Custom Action Like Manual Trigger Action how to do that

I want a Parameter in my trigger that can ask user to select any 1 type of input like sting file etc and add the data of respective

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Hi @Vinutha 

 

It's possible but tricky. You can have a Form with multiple types of parameters and then fetch each answer in Power Automate. But you always have to define each parameter so that you know that you're carrying parameter A that is a String, for example.

 

Is this what you're thinking about?

 

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Manuel

hi @manuelstgomes , thanks for your response . Well Actually My exact Requirement is like below images

 

 

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This is how i want my Custom Action to be,How to achieve this

 

Thank You

Hi @Vinutha 

 

But where do you want to get the data? To a SharePoint List? OneDrive?

 

Can you please detail?

 

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Manuel

hi @manuelstgomes ,

 

I am trying to Build a Custom Trigger Action like i mentioned above and its triggered Using Webhook URL so i want to sent additional infromation like webhook description and attchements to the server 

 

Thank You

 

 

 

 

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