A flow should be able to change the permission of an item in a SharePoint List/document library; this is a very popular pattern in Sharepoint workflows
The following two actions should now be available:
1. Grant access to an item or a folder
2. Stop sharing an item or folder
Please check out these new actions in the SharePoint connector and let us know if you have any feedback!
Completely argee with @Stander, without the functionality described this is almost useless to us.
What has been provided is only a piece of the puzzle. We need to be able to remove/replace permissions and do so for Sharepoint groups not just individual users. We can't switch to Flow until this is available.
Hi @Chakkaradeep is this going to be reopened?
When I attempt to use the new action to stop sharing on a folder, I get a 403 error stating:
@Chakkaradeep Any update on the future of this? It really isn't complete.
@Stander Our actions only support modern permissions that accrues value across the board with the Sharing scenarios. We do not have any plans to support classic SharePoint groups and permission levels in Flows.
@Chakkaradeep your link to sharepoint modern permissions says that SharePoint groups still need to be used for visitor access and also in some other scenarios.....traditional SharePoint groups must be included
in this functionality or we are stuck with SharePoint designer forever more
just go buy plumsail connectors they are perfect and what microsoft should of implemented
Unfortunatley Plumsail data/requests are stored in the EU, which is unacceptable to our situation.
@Chakkaradeep The actions work with users but not AD groups or SharePoint groups.
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