cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 
Reply
gautmish
Helper III
Helper III

microsoft flow get all items with distinct Assigned to (User and group) filed

Hi

 

I am creating a flow to get all the item assined to a single user and send an email to that user with all the item detail .

 

I dont want to send separate email for each task .

 

Could you please help me with any option . 

 

Thanks

Gautmish

133 REPLIES 133
Renato_LTA
Frequent Visitor

Hello, I'm still having issues with the Append to variable step. It expects an Array or string but it comes with an Object.

My only difference is that the AssignedTo field is not set to allow multiple people, just one.

It could be that?

Thanks in advance

Hi @Steph04 ,

 

Can you please provide the formula you used for the part that is failing in your flow?

 

Thanks,

Zach

Hi @ZachRoberts  I have added in the DistinctEmailArray to my flow, but I am receiving an error on the Send an Email step. I am using a SharePoint list, not a task list. I am able to get the flow to work using my email as the recipient and I receive the correct number of emails, but when I use the formula to have the emails sent to the emails in the SharePoint list it is resulting in an error. I've attached screenshots of the error screen and the flow in the edit screen and copied the error message below.  Can you please help me resolve this? Thank you. 

 

Error details: One or more recipients are invalid.
clientRequestId: 5126a485-6460-438d-82dd-b0463eb64391
serviceRequestId: 7846e2c7-467a-4585-b147-4d04de94aed4

DRL Test Flow error.JPGDRL Test Flow screen.JPG

Can you please check the array to verify that it's passing correctly formatted email addresses?

The array is only returning the first letter of each email address. 

array.JPGarray flow.JPG

Hi @kneppers0 ,

 

Are you using a people column in your SharePoint list? I am using a regular SharePoint list for my flow as well. 

 

It looks like your formula for creating the email array is not correct, it should look like below: 

 

pqL0YqxOye.png

 

I have a write up on my blog that may help you with this flow https://spodev.com/task-reminders-microsoft-flow-and-sharepoint/  

 

Thanks,
Zach

Hi @ZachRoberts thank you for your help! this worked, I was not using the people column in my list. Appreciate it again! 

@fzer0 Did you ever figure out how to extract all values within the 'AssignedTo' column for a task with multiple people assigned?

 

@ZachRoberts @Anonymous  Any help would be appreciated on this. I've followed the flow listed within this email thread very closely - using both the 'AssignedToEmailArray' and 'DistinctEmailArray' to send one consolidated email of all tasks assigned to each user. I am just having trouble with cases where multiple users are assigned to a task via the 'AssignedTo' column - the flow is only returning the email of the first user within the column for each record.

 

Really appreciate all the help you both have provided within the thread.

Hi @DylanBaxter ,

 

You can follow the solution on my blog, please make sure your columns in the SharePoint list are setup correctly.

 

https://spodev.com/task-reminders-microsoft-flow-and-sharepoint/

 

Thanks,
Zach

Hi @ZachRoberts  - appreciate the prompt response.

 

We may have a misunderstanding. I apologize for any confusion caused on my end.

 

Following your blog post - I have confirmed my columns are set up correctly, my issue is I am attempting to get the flow to work for line items with multiple users in the 'AssignedTo' column.

 

For ex;

 

Task # Column         AssignedTo Column

Task 1                       User 1

Task 2                       User 2

Task 3                       User 1 & User 2

 

In the above, my flow would send 1 email to User 1 with Tasks 1&3, and 1 email to User 2 with Task 2. I am trying to include Task 3 in User 2's email as well, or create a separate email addressed to both user 1 & user 2 for Task 3.  

 

Here's a quick look into my flow -

 

  AssignedTo Flow.JPG

 

Appreciate the help.

@DylanBaxter ,

Can you post screenshots of your flow with the formulas showing? The flow should be functioning the way you are describing where a user will get an email for every task they are apart of. 

 

-Edit - sorry didn't see the earlier screenshot but more detailed ones would be easier to troubleshoot.

 

Thanks,

Zach 

Hey @ZachRoberts  - I just updated my previous reply to include a screenshot within the flow.

 

Let me know if you need me to expand any of the actions.

 

Could it have anything to do with the 'Send an Email' command being addressed to first(variables('DistinctEmailArray')) ?

@DylanBaxter ,

 

Yes can you please send screenshots with the fields expanded and formulas visible.

 

That should be correct for you To field in the email step, after the email is sent you should then be stepping through your distinct email array to the next address.

 

Thanks,
Zach

Hey @ZachRoberts ,

 

See below:

Flow Pt 1.JPG

Flow pt 2.JPGflow pt 3.JPG

Hi @ZachRoberts  / rest of thread -

 

Has anyone been able to solve the issue of sending an email to multiple users assigned to the main task? 

 

Took another swing at it over the weekend and haven't been having much luck. 

PowerFox
Frequent Visitor

Thanks for this post, very helpful to get me going. Quite a challenge tho.

 

It took me a day to get this to work. In the end I changed a bunch of things to simplify the flow and decided to use a serarated SP List that included the users, this allowed me to skip a few steps. Also, I added formulas in the odata Filter queries to make the flow Sorter (In my case, I filtered out the Items that were recently updated.

 

I faced a lot of issues, the 2 main ones were these:

 

1) The first problem for me was this:

first(item()?['AssignedTo'])?['Email']

This only works when the Person column allows multiple users and it took me hours to find out that it can be solved by changing it to this. There's a comment here somewhere with the same conclusion:

item()?['AssignedTo']?['Email']

the "first(" part is not the first object of the array i reckon, but the multiple person column and I just couldn't wrap my head around it.

 

2) The Filter Array didn't work for me.
I tried everything, even tried to the Filter Query from the Get Items operator.
I still don't know why unfortunately, but the formula didn't work until I tried "last(" instead of "first("

@equals(item()?['AssignedTo']?['Email'], last(variables('AssignedToToEmailArray')))

That seemed to do the trick for me, filtering the data was the hard part.

DivyaNair
Frequent Visitor

ignore this it was the problem with my outlook

Hi,

 

I am having a strange issue with this. I've managed to make it work without having the send email action. But if i add the send email action the workflow runs forever without giving any error message and i have to cancel it.

 

Any help would be appreciated.

 

Thanks

Divya 

Anonymous
Not applicable

I was able to get this to work on a SharePoint list that has multiple people assigned to the same task.  This flow will iterate over the list and send a single e-mail, to each person, formatted nicely with links and assigned task only for them.

 

Add your trigger action

 

Get SharePoint Items

Filter Query:

Note: Highly recommend filtering your list at this step as it will speed up the rest of the flow

 

 

Vague_x0020_Flag eq 'Y' or IT_x0020_Assistance_x0020_Flag eq 'Y'​

 

 

 

Capture.JPG

 

Initialize AssignedToEmailArray

 

Apply to EachThis was one of the major changes to get this to work

 

 

@{body('Get_items')?['value']}

 

 

 

Apply to each 2 - This was one of the major changes to get this to work

 

 

@{items('Apply_to_each')?['Assigned_x0020_To']}

 

 

 

Condition 2 - This was one of the major changes to get this to work

 

 

@{items('Apply_to_each')?['Assigned_x0020_To']} ne null

 

 

If yes

Append to array variable - AssignedToEmailArray

 

 

@{items('Apply_to_each_2')?['Email']}

 

 

 

Capture2.JPG

 

Initialize and Set - UniqueEmailArray

 

 

union(variables('AssignedToEmailArray'),variables('AssignedToEmailArray'))

 

 

 

Initialize ArrayCount1

 

Capture3.JPG

 

Do Until (Everything below is within the Do Until loop) 

 

 

@empty(variables('UniqueEmailArray'))

 

 

 

Filter Array 2 

Value

 

 

@body('Get_items')?['value']

 

 

Click Edit In Advanced Mode - This was one of the major changes to get this to work

 

 

@contains(string(toLower(item()?['Assigned_x0020_To#Claims'])), string(toLower(first(variables('UniqueEmailArray')))))

 

 

 

Select 2

From

 

 

@{body('Filter_array_2')}

 

 

Map:

Note: I don't know why but after saving Power Automate will sometimes say this is invalid JSON.  Copying and pasting it back in fixes the error so you can save.

 

 

"<tr><td>@{item()?['Requirement_x0020_ID']}</td><td>@{item()?['Report_x0020_Name']}</td><td>@{item()?['Data_x0020_Field']}</td><td><a href=\"@{item()?['{Link}']}\">Link</a></td><td>@{item()?['Modified']}</td></tr>"

 

 

 

Set variable 2 - ArrayCount1

 

 

length(body('Select_2'))

 

 

 

Join

From

 

 

@{body('Select_2')}

 

 

Join With

 

 

<div></div>

 

 

 

Capture4.JPG

 

Condition

 

 

@variables('ArrayCount1') eq 0

 

 

If no

Get user profile (Under If No)

 

 

@{first(variables('UniqueEmailArray'))}

 

 

Send an email (Under If No)

Note 1: You can modify the columns that are displayed by changing the text between td brackets adding as many columns as needed between tr brackets.

 

Subject

 

 

Email Subject - @{variables('ArrayCount1')}

 

 

 

Body

 

 

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
    <head>
<style>
table {
  border: 1px solid #1C6EA4;
  background-color: #EEEEEE;
  width: 100%;
  text-align: center;
  border-collapse: collapse;
}
table td, table th {
  border: 1px solid #AAAAAA;
  padding: 3px 2px;
}
table tbody td {
  font-size: 13px;
}
table thead {
  background: #1C6EA4;
  border-bottom: 2px solid #444444;
}
table thead th {
  font-size: 15px;
  font-weight: bold;
  color: #FFFFFF;
  border-left: 2px solid #D0E4F5;
}
table thead th:first-child {
  border-left: none;
}
</style>
    </head>
    <body>
		<p>@{body('Get_user_profile_(V2)')?['displayName']},<br>
		<br>
		You are receiving this email because additional information is needed to complete Report Data Mapping. Please review the fields identified below and provide clarification on definition, use, and meaning in the <u>notes</u> section of the corresponding &nbsp;SharePoint link.</p>
        
		<p><h1>Daily Data Mapping Task Report</h1>
        <table>
            <tr>
                <th>Requirement ID</th>
                <th>Report Name</th>
                <th>Data Field</th>
				<th>SharePoint Link</th>
<th>Modified</th>
            </tr>
@{body('Join')}
		</table>
    </body>
</html>

 

 

 

Capture5.JPG

 

Compose (Outside of If No Condition but in Do Until)

 

 

skip(variables('UniqueEmailArray'),1)

 

 

 

Set variable - UniquieEmailArray (Outside of If No Condition but in Do Until)

 

 

@{outputs('Compose')}

 

 

Anonymous
Not applicable

I am trying to construct a simple flow that is very identical to the initial solution provided on this thread. I also followed @ZachRoberts post here. Unfortunately, I had no success with multiple tries and still struggling to get through. I am eagerly looking for some help as I find debugging is never easy with Flow ☹️

 

I have attached the snapshot of the Flow, Error message, SPO List. As a first step, I want to ensure the working of flow without the email notification. Any help will be of great help.


@Anonymous  @ZachRoberts 

 

Error log 1...Error log 1...

Helpful resources

Announcements

February 2024 Community Newsletter

Welcome to our February Newsletter, where we highlight the latest news, product releases, upcoming events, and the amazing work of our outstanding Community members. If you're new to the Community, please make sure to follow the latest News & Announcements and check out the Community on LinkedIn as well! It's the best way to stay up-to-date in 2024 with all the news from across Microsoft Power Platform and beyond. Are you ready to "Leap" in to all we've got to share today?   COMMUNITY HIGHLIGHTS Check out the most active community members of the last month! These hardworking members post regularly, answer questions, kudos, and provide top solutions in their communities. We are so thankful for all your great work in January, and we can't wait to see who will be our most active members next month!   Power AppsPower AutomateCopilot StudioPower PagesWarrenBelzWarrenBelzPstork1saudali_25LaurensMPstork1stephenrobertLucas001AARON_ClbendincpaytonSurendran_RANBNived_NambiarMariamPaulachanNikhil2JmanriqueriosANBJupyter123rodger-stmmbr1606Agniusstevesmith27mandelaPhineastrice602AnnaMoyalanOOlashynBCLS776grantjenkinsExpiscornovusJcookSpongYeAARON_CManishSolankiapangelesPstork1ManishSolankiSanju1Fubar   There was a lot of activity in the Community in February! Did you miss anything? Here are just a few of the announcements and updates we shared: Super User Season 1 is HereFebruary 2024 User Group Update: Welcoming New GroupsCelebrating a New Season of Super UsersCheck out the February 2024 Dynamics NewsletterAnnouncing Copilot Cookbook GallerySuper User of the Month D. PoggemannTuesday Tips: Getting Started in the Community The best way to not miss them is to make sure you're subscribed to your community's News & Announcements. Subscribe today and don't miss anything next month! Power Apps News, Power Automate News, Copilot Studio News, Power Pages News Copilot Cookbook for Power Apps The all-new Copilot Cookbook is now available in the #PowerApps Community - offering a wide array of best practices on how to use Microsoft Copilot to develop and create in Power Apps.   The #CopilotCookbook is your new go-to resource when you need inspiration (or when you're stuck!) and aren't sure how to best partner with Copilot. So, whether you're looking for the best prompts or just want to know about responsible AI use, you can visit the Copilot Cookbook for regular, high-quality content that you can rely on. Our team will be reviewing posts using the new "Copilot " label to ensure we highlight and amplify the most relevant and recent content, so you're assured of high-quality content every time you visit. If you share a post that gets featured in the curated gallery, you'll get a PM in the Community to let you know!   The curated gallery is now ready for you to experience, so click the image below and check out the all-new Copilot Cookbook for Power Apps today. We can't wait to see what you "cook" up! 👨🍳       Power Platform Dev Weekly Celebrate 200th Episode Congratulations to Danish Naglekar, Anwesha Sharma, Matt Beard, Mark Carrington Carl Cookson and the team, as they celebrated the 200th episode of Power Platform Dev Weekly in February!   Click the image below to check out this landmark episode, featuring content from the likes of Nati Turtledove, Matthew Devaney, Inogic, Mohamed Ashiq Faleel, Mike Hartley, Nishant Rana, James Yumnam, Carl Cookson, Yannick Reekmans, Deepesh Somani, and many more.       "Get Started With" Power Platform Shorts Series This month we launched our new 'Get Started With' series on YouTube - a selection of sweet snapshots to keep you in the loop with all the latest Copilot trends that you can try out through advice at Microsoft Learn. Click the image below to check out the entire playlist so far, and don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel for all the latest updates.     UPCOMING EVENTS Canadian Power Platform Summit - Vancouver - 16th March 2024 Check out the first ever Canadian Power Platform Summit, which takes place at Microsoft Vancouver office on Saturday 16th March 2024! Get ready to immerse yourself in the ultimate Power Platform experience at the #CPPS24. This event is tailored for makers, developers, students and tech enthusiasts eager to explore the depths of Power Platform technologies. With sessions ranging from beginner-friendly to advanced-intermediate, this event offers a diverse range of insights for attendees of all levels.   There's a great range of speakers, including the likes of Lisa Crosbie, Matthew Devaney, Ulrikke Akerbæk, Oleksandr Olashyn, Mark Smith, Jake Harvey, Manju Gurjar, Adam Tobias, Mats Necker, Natasza Kosakowska, Linn Zaw Win, Salim Adamon, Tomas Prokop, Maxim Nikonov, and many more.   Great work by Chris Piasecki, Éric Sauvé, Nick Doelman, Scott Durow, Victor Dantas and the team for putting this amazing event together. So, whether you're a seasoned pro or a rising star, click the image below to join the Microsoft Community in Canada to gain practical insights, discover real-world examples, and take away actionable skills to boost your expertise.   Business Applications Launch Event - Virtual - 10th April 2024 Registration is now open for the Microsoft Business Applications Launch event which kicks off at 9am PST on Wednesday 10th April 2024. Join Microsoft product leaders and engineers for an in-depth look at the latest news and AI capabilities in Power Platform and #Dynamics365, featuring the likes of Charles Lamanna, Sangya Singh, Julie Strauss, Donald Kossmann, Lori Lamkin, Georg Glantschnig, Mala Anand, Jeff Comstock, and Mike Morton.     Microsoft Fabric - Las Vegas - 26-28th March 2024 Exciting times ahead for the inaugural #MicrosoftFabric Community Conference on March 26-28 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas! The conference will cover all the latest in analytics, AI, databases, and governance across 150+ sessions, with guest speakers including Arun Ulag, Amir Netz, Jessica Hawk, Eric Boyd, Kim Manis, Adam Saxton, Patrick LeBlanc, Bob Ward, Wangui McKelvey, Wee Hyong T., Justyna Lucznik, Priya Sathy, Mehrnoosh Sameki, Rachel Shepard, Karthik Ravindran, Jason Himmelstein, and many more.   On-site there will be a special Community Lounge, interactive learning labs, plus you'll be able to 'Ask the Experts' all your questions to get help from data, analytics, and AI specialists, including community members and the Fabric Customer Advisory Team. Click the image below to find out more about the ultimate learning event for Microsoft Fabric!   If you'd like to learn how the latest advances in AI and how #MicrosoftCopilot can help you streamline your processes, click the image below to register today!       LATEST COMMUNITY BLOG ARTICLES Power Apps Community Blog Power Automate Community Blog Copilot Studio Community Blog Power Pages Community Blog Check out 'Using the Community' for more helpful tips and information: Power Apps, Power Automate, Copilot Studio, Power Pages

Microsoft Power Up program unveils new curriculum and more

  New engaging and cohesive Power Up curriculum The Microsoft Power Up Program – a self-paced upskilling program, launched in 2022 to help non-technical professionals gain marketable skills using the Microsoft Power Platform – takes learning to the next level with a cohesive video-based curriculum that spans only seven weeks. Recognizing the demand for multimedia content, we partnered with Microsoft MVPs Rory Neary and Charlie Phipps to create engaging videos that not only simplify complex concepts, but also make the learner experience more dynamic and immersive. Each course follows the same business through real-world scenarios with demos and hands-on exercises for learners to gain skills and build solutions using Power Apps, Power Automate and Power BI. This structured approach not only enhances comprehension but also equips learners with tangible skills that can be applied immediately in their professional endeavors. By focusing on key areas, the program has been shortened from 12 weeks to seven, saving valuable time without sacrificing quality. Special thanks go to Microsoft Power Platform advocates, April Dunnam and Renee Noble who shared their expertise and to Power Up Program champs who contributed with feedback and reviews over the last 1+ year to make this significant improvement.   Easy access to a comprehensive Development Environment In addition, the program now offers simplified and instant access to a comprehensive development environment for Power Up Program learners to explore and experiment with the Power Platform in a sandbox environment, fostering creativity and innovation.     Introducing App-In-A-Day (AIAD) workshops for Power Up learners As an added incentive, participants of the Microsoft Power Up Program can now sign up for partner-led “App in a Day” virtual workshops. These workshops, conducted by industry experts and Microsoft partners, provide invaluable insights and practical guidance to supplement the core curriculum. By attending these workshops, learners can gain deeper insights into application development and further enhance their skills in leveraging the Power Platform for business solutions. A big shout to our partners that are supporting the Power Up Program and delivering these AIAD workshops: Advaiya, Almato AG, Braintree, Kaispe, Koenig Solutions, PowerApps 911, Pragmatic Works, Smart Consulting.   These enhancements introduced to the Microsoft Power Up Program mark a significant milestone in the ongoing quest to empower individuals with the skills needed to thrive in today’s digital economy. By embracing video-based learning, streamlining the curriculum, and offering personalized experiences, the program continues to set new standards of excellence in virtual education. Sign up today to start your Power Up learning journey (https://aka.ms/PowerUp/)   by Dimpi Gandhi, Principal PM Lead, Power Up ProgramRepost from Microsoft Power Platform Product Blog

Announcing Power Apps Copilot Cookbook Gallery

We are excited to share that the all-new Copilot Cookbook Gallery for Power Apps is now available in the Power Apps Community, full of tips and tricks on how to best use Microsoft Copilot as you develop and create in Power Apps. The new Copilot Cookbook is your go-to resource when you need inspiration--or when you're stuck--and aren't sure how to best partner with Copilot while creating apps.   Whether you're looking for the best prompts or just want to know about responsible AI use, visit Copilot Cookbook for regular updates you can rely on--while also serving up some of your greatest tips and tricks for the Community. Our team will be reviewing posts using the new "Copilot" label to ensure we highlight and amplify the most relevant and recent content, so you're assured of high-quality content every time you visit. If you share a post that gets featured in the curated gallery, you'll get a PM in the Community to let you know!The curated gallery is ready for you to experience now, so visit the new Copilot Cookbook for Power Apps today: Copilot Cookbook - Power Platform Community. We can't wait to see what you "cook" up!    

Tuesday Tips: Getting Started in the Community

TUESDAY TIPS is back!   This weekly series of posts is our way of sharing helpful things we've learned or shared that have helped members of the Community. Whether you're just getting started or you're a seasoned pro, Tuesday Tips will help you know where to go, what to look for, and navigate your way through the ever-growing--and ever-changing--world of the Power Platform Community! The original run of Tuesday Tips was a highlight of last year, and these all-new Tips will hopefully prove to be just as informative as helpful. We will cover some basics about the Community, a few "insider tips" to make your experience even better, and sharing best practices gleaned from our most active community members and Super Users. Make sure to watch the News & Announcements each week for the latest and greatest Tuesday Tips!   THIS WEEK: I'm Brand New! What Do I Do? The number of new community members we have each week is pretty amazing, and we are so glad to welcome all of you to the Community! You may be wondering. "What do I do? Where do I get started? Will anyone be willing to help me? What I have a question? Help!"   Let's start with this: Welcome to the low-code revolution, and more importantly, welcome to the Power Platform Community! This is a great place to start. Whether you're busy with Power Apps, getting familiar with Power Automate, engaging Copilot Studio, or building in Power Pages, there are a few key places you should check out as you begin your journey: FORUMS: The forums are THE place to ask questions, look at questions asked by other Community members—and see answers and solutions from our Super Users and other helpful people in the Community. Power Apps ForumsPower Automate ForumsCopilot Studio ForumsPower Pages Forums   NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS: Our News & Announcements section highlights the newest and greatest updates in the Community, news from the product team, and so much more. It’s updated a few times each week and will also help you find ways to connect with what’s going on in the ever-growing world of Power Platform. Power Apps News & AnnouncementsPower Automate News & AnnouncementsCopilot Studio News & AnnouncementsPower Pages News & Announcements   GALLERIES: The Galleries section of the Community features tons of tips and tricks, features and benefits, and more—through videos created by our Super Users, product teams, and other helpful members of the Community. Power Apps GalleriesPower Automate Galleries Copilot Studio GalleriesPower Pages Galleries BLOGS: The community blogs section is full of handy step-by-step tips from members of the Community—and some of them include detailed answers to some of the questions most frequently asked questions, as well as how they solved a problem they faced. Power Apps Community BlogPower Automate Community BlogCopilot Studio Community BlogPower Pages Community Blog POWER UP PROGRAM: If you’d like to really take a huge step forward in your journey, we recommend checking out the Power Up Program, a Microsoft-sponsored initiative that trains new Power Platform users and has been a huge success since it launched a little over a year ago. There’s a waiting list, so definitely apply soon if you’re interested! Find out more here: Microsoft Power Up Program for career switchers.   There's so much more you'll discover in your Power Platform experience, and this Community is here for YOU! We are glad you've discovered us and can't wait to see where you grow! If you're new to the Community and just getting started, make sure to give this post a kudo and introduce yourself so we can welcome you!

Super User of the Month | Drew Poggemann

As part of a new monthly feature in the Community, we are excited to share that Drew Poggemann is our featured Super User for the month of February 2024. If you've been in the Community for a while, we're sure Drew's name is familiar to you, as he is one of our most active contributors--he's been a Super User for five consecutive seasons!   Since authoring his first reply 5 years ago to his 514th solution authored, Drew has helped countless Community members with his insights and expertise. In addition to being a Super User, Drew is also a User Group leader and a Microsoft MVP. His contributions to our Super User sessions and to the new SUIT program are always welcome--as well as his sense of humor and fun-loving way of sharing what he knows with others.   When Drew is not solving problems and authoring solutions, he's busy overseeing the Solution Architecture team at HBS, specializing in application architecture and business solution strategy--something he's been doing for over 30 years. We are grateful for Drew and the amazing way he has used his talent and skills to help so many others in the Community. If you are part of the SUIT program, you got to hear some great tips from Drew at the first SUIT session--and we know he still has much more to share!You can find him in the Community and on LinkedIn. Thank you for all you do, Drew!

Super Users 2024 Season One is Here!

   We are excited to announce the first season of our 2024 Super Users is here! Our kickoff to the new year welcomes many returning Super Users and several new faces, and it's always exciting to see the impact these incredible individuals will have on the Community in 2024! We are so grateful for the daily difference they make in the Community already and know they will keep staying engaged and excited for all that will happen this year.   How to Spot a Super User in the Community:Have you ever written a post or asked for help in the Community and had it answered by a user with the Super User icon next to their name? It means you have found the actual, real-life superheroes of the Power Platform Community! Super Users are our heroes because of the way they consistently make a difference in the Community. Our amazing Super Users help keep the Community a safe place by flagging spam and letting the Community Managers know about issues. They also make the Community a great place to find answers, because they are often the first to offer solutions and get clarity on questions. Finally, Super Users share valuable insights on ways to keep the Community growing, engaging, and looking ahead!We are honored to reveal the new badges for this season of Super Users! Congratulations to all the new and returning Super Users!     To better answer the question "What is a Super User?" please check out this article: Power Apps: What is A Super User? - Power Platform CommunityPower Automate: What is A Super User? - Power Platform Community Copilot Studio: What is A Super User? - Power Platform Community Power Pages: What is A Super User? - Power Platform Community

Users online (2,266)