I want to input a photo by phone camera to Mobile Button of Microsoft Flow.
1. Post a issue with a photo by support staff.
Support staff post a issue with a issue photo, add input's some texts/items, current location, with photo to SharePoint List.
2. Add a task status with a photo by sales staff.
Sales staff add a task status with a task photo, add it's SharePoint List, notify the manager.
Mobile Button of Microsoft Flow is great featrue to improve staff working.
and Phone have nice camera.
I want to input with Photo by phone camera.
If you want to send from PowerApp's Camera control (which is a dataUri) through Flow.
If you want to send from PowerApp's Media control (which is a binary blob) through Flow
Yes, PowerApps can send Photo to Microsoft Flow with Camera, Media control.
I will try these.
and I hope that Microsoft Flow mobile button do it within seconds building buttons by staff/worker.
@yoshihirok @Anonymous Please note that if you use Powerapps as a workaround to implement this feature, the main limitation I see is that in the context of Powerapps you cannot get the Flow result as explained here
Flow Buttons is a much faster-to-use concept than Powerapps itself; I guess this is the reason why there is a bunch of Buttons-related ideas requested like:
Yes, Flow Button is very much faster-to-use concept than PowrApps, and other developments.
Office workers can build Flow Buttons, instead ordering developers, learning development.
So, I hope to add some ideas to Flow Buttons, like input a Photo, input text by voice.
I looks like your idea has been finally implemented.
Image uploading now available via Buttons
Awesome, @efialttes and all.
I will try this new features, more powerful button.
I saw this and was very excited.
Now I want more integration with Microsoft Launcher on my phone.
When I click a file in my Microsoft Launcher, I want to "share" to "Flow" and it'll filter to one of the buttons that can accept a File.
Not sure if what you are requesting is proposed already
Flow Buttons have a lot of potential, indeed!