We are trying to set up a multilingual SharePoint for our organisation.
For that we would like to create a Page in one SharePoint Site which is then translated and added into another SP Site via Flow.
What type of page are your trying to translate? e.g. classic publishing page, Modern page, wiki page, webpart page, etc?
For most SharePoint page types, I would be surprised if Flow could translate them, because most of the content of the page is not in the document itself, as is the case in Word documents, but in hidden metadata snippets.
We are using Modern Pages.
As the Variations Option to have a multilingual Sharepoint doesnt work with the modern view.
Would you say its possible to somehow access the text inside the Page?
Could you please share a screenshot of your flow's configuration?
There is no way to get content of the SharePoint Page in Microsoft Flow currently, I afraid that there is no way to achieve your needs in Microsoft Flow currently.
If you would like this feature to be added in Microsoft Flow, please submit an idea to Flow Ideas Forum:
In addition, more details about get content of a publishing page using code, please check the following article:
That article about getting content from a publishing page is interesting, but it's more complicated than that. The 2010 publishing page template put almost the entire page content into a single hidden column. That doesn't work for modern pages, which have several different columns and a more complex way of assembling a page from the pieces, and unlike old publishing and wiki pages, all the text is inside webparts. It takes a lot of parsing to transform all those bits to something that the Translator supports and back again.
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