Power Automate Tutorial – SharePoint HTTP Connector Part 3 – Patch


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Welcome to a new Power Automate Tutorial! This time we are talking about the SharePoint HTTP Connector. And more Specifically the PATCH action.

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  • I would assume you would be able to dynamically assign the item id as well. as is in the demo you are updating just the one item, would you be able to change that so you can look at the list data and then patch items. like a date field that is equals to today set the status to "Due Today" or date is in the past set status to "Past Due".

  • Would you be able to use this methodology to send a list item, specifically a URL list item to be turned into HTML and then into a pdf and saved back to the same record? If so, how?

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