Currently in the Microsoft Flow 'Create sharing link for a file or folder' the Link Scope field only has the following options:
- Anyone with the link, including anonymous
- People in your organization
Please also add the following option which is available in SharePoint and OneDrive:
- Specific people
We really need to be able to create a sharing link just for specific people.
Couple of silly questions.
Can you use this approach to create a link for SharePoint web?
My thinking is yes as web is just another item in the "Site Pages" Library??
Also, could I specify several external users for the same link?
I will definitely will try this approach. This is amazing for lots of our automations.
We need that too
it is a must for us
This flow might help a few it is not as complicated as other solutions.
PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF THIS WORKS FOR YOU.
this flow will Create a sharing link for a file or folder in SharePoint for specific people.(external emails)
I use this flow to create folders for RMA's and File Sharing.
GMAIL was slow during my testing. hotmail was quick.
this is what the email looks like
Yes, we also need that:
For specific people or, more important, O365 Group
Need that asap
Please see the answer from David Nygen - as he has provided a way to achieve this.
Why insist on a more complicated answer when there is a simple one and hey my email looks nicer.
I believe the code changed.
We used to get error that cannot share the item/file to external user
'Grant access to an item or a folder' does not support granting access to external users.
I just tested and now this action can share the file/folder to external user directly. You can use this action directly without any Create new Folder action.
I believe the code changed for the action. I tested and now we can use
'Grant access to an item or a folder' for external user.
@David_Nguyen, thanks a lot for your amazing tips ! In my case, I would like to get the shared link but for my "People with existing access" do you think it is possible with your method ? What would you change ?
Thank in advance
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