Use Microsoft Lists and Power Automate to provision Microsoft Teams

Norm Young

In this blog post I’ll show how easy it is to provision Microsoft Teams teams using Microsoft Lists and Power Automate. Creating a Teams team is super simple from the Teams client, this post is not intended to replace that functionality, rather this has been developed with a PMO (project management office) team managing multiple projects from a centralized List in mind.

Our demo list, called Projects, has the following schema:

Column nameColumn type
TitleTitle used to store the project name.
DescriptionSingle line of text used to store the project description.
VisibilityChoice with the following options: “Private” and “Public”. Indicates if a team should visible to non-team members.
OwnersPerson or Group with Allow multiple selections enabled.
MembersPerson or Group with Allow multiple selections enabled.
LinkURL used to store the web link to the newly created Teams team.

Projects list

Create a new Flow from the

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