After fetching a list of items be able to sort the returned items before you use an Apply to Each.
You can filter an array.... Sort is the next obvious requirement.
Such a basic feature, unbelievable..
I agree... no one at Microsoft cares about Power Automate. No replies, no progress on simple things, a ton of bugs, missing dataverse action that cannot be added into a flow, etc... Highly frustrating...
I love MS, I love their products, especially the professional solutions. But they do make it hard for me to love them. They do.
There is a long list of basic functionality they haven't gotten around to providing and this is definitely near the top of the list.
If it helps, there is a free connector that includes this functionality: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/connectors/apptigentpowertoolslite/. Yes, Microsoft should deliver it themselves, but until they do the community will have to fill these kinds of gaps with custom connectors.
The constant silence from the team managers, no update on forums ideas, little to no roadmaps, it's frustrating. It feels like there a single 15-year-old intern working on improving/maintaining Power Automate. The ability to temporarily disable actions (ie Static) has been in preview for ages, and a ton of actions are missing such functionality, making odata query easier, also been on tech preview forever... what is going on?
3 years later!!! And still no way to easily sort an array. This product is not getting any attention at all. 😞
Disabling Actions is still in preview 2 years later.
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