#Flow – Trigger a Flow associated to an item in a #SharePoint list

Hi!

There is very cool feature in SharePoint which connect directly to Microsoft Flow

Trigger a Flow associated to an item in a SharePoint list

It all starts with the “Flow” option we can find in the context menu of an item in Sharepoint list. We can create a new Flow or go to the list of Flows associated to our account.

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For this example, I’ll create a new flow from a template, which creates a new task associated to an item in a list.

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The most interesting thing here is that the final Flow, is triggered using a HTTP POST Request call. The flow expect the following values

  • Library Url
  • Library Id
  • Selected item Id

And when you trigger the flow from SharePoint, it will make the request passing this values.

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And, we close the productivity circle when we see that we can trigger this flow directly from the Sharepoint UI. As I said, directly from the context menu

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This is so cool!

Happy coding!

Greetings @ Toronto

El Bruno

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