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Anonymous
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Re: Truly No-Code Solution for Saving Photos from PowerApps using Flow

Would this work with the penneinput?

 

Rgs

haniel
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Re: Truly No-Code Solution for Saving Photos from PowerApps using Flow

Hi @paulsouleco,

 

Have you tried sharing the flow with the users as well?  When you're in Microsoft Flow, select My Flow from the Office 365 Suite bar, and then on the flow click the Sharing icon (two people)

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Regards

haniel
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Re: Truly No-Code Solution for Saving Photos from PowerApps using Flow

Hi @tianaranjo,

 

DId you have any luck getting the solution to work on iPhone?  I haven't tried @paul_culmsee@spg-john-liu, or @Mikael_Svenson's solutions.

paulsouleco
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Re: Truly No-Code Solution for Saving Photos from PowerApps using Flow

Hi, Yes and it worked. The thing is to share an app, it means I have to share the PowerApps app, to share the OneDrive folder in which the tables are, and to share all the flows in Microsoft flow. It is fine for 10 users, but for more than 100 users, with some turnovers, it starts to be tedious.

Anyway, thanks a lot for the solution. Based on your experience, if you see a way to centralize those authorizations, it would be very helpful. 

luuminhvuong93
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Re: Truly No-Code Solution for Saving Photos from PowerApps using Flow

@paulsouleco 

I tried this solution but the photos stay in different users' onedrive folder .

Is there anyway you know how to save into the same folder?

paulsouleco
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Re: Truly No-Code Solution for Saving Photos from PowerApps using Flow

@luuminhvuong93 : I had the same issue so I created a SharePoint gallery, and a Microsoft flow associated with this gallery. In that case, every photo taken by any user is sent to this gallery. I hope it helps 

FrankK
Level: Power Up

Re: Truly No-Code Solution for Saving Photos from PowerApps using Flow

Change to:
dataUriToBinary(triggerBody()['Createfile_body'])
FrankK
Level: Power Up

Re: Truly No-Code Solution for Saving Photos from PowerApps using Flow

Change to:

dataUriToBinary(triggerBody()['Createfile_FileContent']) - to ->dataUriToBinary(triggerBody()['Createfile_body'])
cabata
Level: Power Up

Re: Truly No-Code Solution for Saving Photos from PowerApps using Flow

Hi, please could you tell me how could I add a data source as gallery.

 

When I try to doit I just see conectors that was created in flow.

 

please help me to do this:

The PhotoGallery can be any gallery type.  Once you add it to the screen, make sure to change the Data source to point to PhotoGallerybecause that is where the camera saves the photos into (see Camera configuration above).

 

 

jont22
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Re: Truly No-Code Solution for Saving Photos from PowerApps using Flow


@paul_culmsee wrote:

 You can also send an entire gallery this way by using the concatenate function.

 

 

 

What would the syntax be to achieve this?