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Is there documentation for specific actions, etc?

I am new to Flow and having a hard time with the lack of specific documentation for different actions. For instance, I am looking at actions such as "Get File Content" or "List Files in Folder" in OneDrive for Business, but I have no idea what these actually do. The documentation I find says things like "Get File Content: This operation gets the content of a file."  But how do I know if that is what wil help me in my flow? What do I then do with that action?  I am looking for more detailed information that will really help me create the flows I need, which are more complex than the standard " Get Approval", etc type of flows for which there are examples.  Is there more detailed documentation anywhere?

 

Thank you!

katie

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ScottShearer
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@Anonymous 

Documentation on individual connectors can be found here.

More general documentation can be found here.

You'll also find a wealth of information on YouTube.  I think you'll find the videos from Jon Levesque especially helpful.

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ScottShearer
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@Anonymous 

Documentation on individual connectors can be found here.

More general documentation can be found here.

You'll also find a wealth of information on YouTube.  I think you'll find the videos from Jon Levesque especially helpful.

If I have answered your question, please mark your post as Solved.
If you like my response, please give it a Thumbs Up.

Scott

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