In this article, you’ll discover how to retrieve user profiles in Microsoft Power Automate using an HTTP request via the Graph API. Learn how to filter user profile information for a specific user based on their ‘user principal name’ or other parameters.
This article explains how to retrieve a user’s profile in Microsoft Power Automate using the “Get user profile (V2)” action from the “Office 365 Users” connector. This action provides user profile information in a JSON object that can be utilized in subsequent steps.
This video is on building scheduled flow with the help of Microsoft Power Automate. And exploring all the features and procedure to build where to accelerate time with no code solution and learn to leverage its advance features.
This video has details on building different types of Approval flow with the help of Microsoft Power Automate. And explored all the features and procedure to build where build in actions are given to accelerate time with no code solution and learn to leverage its advance features.
Microsoft Flow, a component of the Office 365 suite, is a cloud-based tool that enables users to effortlessly automate workflows across various applications and services, without the need for technical assistance from developers. Built on top of the logic app engine, Microsoft Flow is designed for business users with a user-friendly interface. To create a flow, the user simply defines the action that should occur in response to a specific trigger event.