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Copy SharePoint list attachments

Please allow a SharePoint List option to copy an attachment in a List to a document library, this would be very helpful for a candidate recruiting site we are creating on SharePoint. It would allow for attached resumes to be easily copied into a document folder that is seamlessly synced through OneDrive onto my Windows Laptop.

Status: Completed

This feature has been completed, you can read about it here: https://flow.microsoft.com/blog/planner-triggers-connector-improvements/

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Currently the attachments of SharePoint list items are not accessible via Flow. I would like to get the attachments, and create attachments. Typical scenario is synchronizing two lists. I can update every field, but not the attachments.

Microsoft

I'd like to be able to have create/retrieve/delete access to sharepoint item attachments. Either as urls or as actual files

 

A few ways they could be accessed:

As output parameters from a Sharepoint item trigger (on create/update)

As input parameters to a sharepoint item action (create/update)

As a new action "Get Sharepoint Item Attachments" by specifying the List Item ID

As a new action "Add Attachment to Sharepoint Item" by specifying the List Item ID

Anonymous
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It could be great if we could get the SharePoint item URL and the attachment also.

 

Thanks.

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This is needed!

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Not being able to get the url of an list attachment is getting painfull! Not only for Flow. I get stuck on this in PowerApps too.

 

Please make this possible soon!!!!

Power Apps Staff
Status changed to: Planned
 
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Please, please, please....I've been looking for this feature since On-Prem 2010.

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yes, this will be very helpful. Currently this is a reason keeping me from switching from SharePoint Designer workflow to Flow.

 

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Still needing the ability to manage List Item Attachments in Flow.

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Agreed. List items are a great way of organising a collection of files, but not being able to keep that 'collection' together using flow is a nightmare