I would like the Azure AD Connector to have 10 triggers,
1) when a compuer object is created
2) when a computer object is renamed
3) when a computer object is deleted
4) when a computer object is updated/modified
5) when a user object is created
6) when a user object is renamed
7) when a user object is deleted
😎 when a user object is updated/modified
9) when a group is created
10) when a group is renamed
11) when a group is deleted
12) when a group is updated/modified
Here is another idea with votes already that you may also want to vote up: https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Flow-Ideas/Connector-Azure-AD-Trigger-New/idc-p/106226
This would be amazing! We want to be able to keep a SharePoint Employee Directory up to date when changes are made to users in our Azure AD instead of changing it in two places.
This would be great... Really need a way to start a flow from these triggers.
Microsoft software is the Berlin of the coding world. It's constantly on the verge of becoming.
It's August 2019. Any updates on this feature?
This would be extremely helpful. It would enable a lot HR and admin processes to be kicked off from a single event.
We are waiting now for over a year for that feature... We need that kind of flow:User created or modified -> Export User List to SharePoint with specified Data (Firstname, Lastname, EMail Addresses, Licenses, Type of account, Roles, Alias)
Surprised this isn't a thing yet as it would be super useful! There are so many different internal workflows I can think of if we could use Azure AD triggers.
Similar to the comments above we would like a trigger for a new user added to a specified group. Idea would be to then provide that user (who may not have submitted the request) with information on what they can now access in the Power Platform in light of this addition. 😎
I am also surprised that this is not a thing already. I find it more surprising that there are ZERO Azure AD triggers.
I was trying to link up two automation tools and I thought for sure that Power Automate would be able link up with Azure AD to do what I needed, now I don't think there is any way to get this done.
For a little insight into what I was trying to accomplish here is a quick run down. I was trying to build an automation between users being created in Azure AD to having contacts created in ConnectWise Manage. There is no integration with ConnectWise Manage with Power Automate; however, using Google Tasks to bridge the gap between Power Automate and Zapier I would have been able to automate getting the contacts created in Connectwise. That goes down the tubes though since there are no Azure AD triggers in Automate.
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