I was recently helping out a colleague with some quick Power Automate flows and thought it might be useful for others.

Here’s a real world example of a Power Automate flow, connecting to an external publicly accessible API hosted by the Office for National Statistics. I’ll walk you through step by step how I create the Power Automate flow, include a couple of miss steps.

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Thanks for Watching!

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1 Comment
  1. Gerald Dahl 2 months ago

    Great job, thx. Are you able to share any tips regarding authentication for API such as Google Contacts?

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