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Azure Logic Apps Toolbox 4-Working with SharePoint dropdown fields

Yesterday I documented in "Get data from SharePoint as HTML table with Azure Logic Apps" how data is retrieved from SharePoint Online with an Azure Logic app. To dig a little deeper into working with SharePoint list data, here are a few more helpful tips.

Azure Logic Apps Toolbox 3-Get data from SharePoint as HTML table

Sometimes it´s good to get data from a data source as a table and as quickly as possible in an automated way. While this can be done with multiple ways, here´s a quick solution if you want to get the items from a custom list in SharePoint Online sent as a HTML table in an email with Azure Logic Apps (or Power Automate).

Tune in to the Governance Live Discussion with Dux Raymond Sy and Martina Grom - Good Governance Precedes Great Adoption

Today, there was a free live event on the Collab Global CON4 platform about IT Governance in Microsoft Teams. Tune in to the Governance Live Discussion with Dux Raymond Sy and Martina Grom - Good Governance Precedes Great Adoption.

Delegate365 changelog 9.2-improvements

The next version of Delegate365 is here. Delegate365 v9.2 follows the last update v9.1. This update includes a bunch of helpful features and improvements such as SharePoint sites management, Group OU improvements, report improvements, a new message trace job and more. See a description of the new features here.

Delegate365-Goodbye, Basic Authentication

Delegate365 provides a toolbox for easy management of a Microsoft 365 tenant. Management ranges from Exchange Online to Azure AD, SharePoint Online, Reporting and Intune. Delegate365 communicates with the Microsoft 365 services via apps and Modern Authentication, wherever possible. However, a service account had to be used for some Exchange features and the multi-factor authentication management. This will change with the next versions.

Handle failed actions in Azure Logic Apps

Today´s a quick tip for users working with Azure Logic Apps. This article shows how you can continue to work in a flow if an action has failed. This sample accesses an Excel file from a Microsoft teams SharePoint site and searches for a key. If the key was not found, the flow shall continue and deliver a useful error code with a message. See how this works here.