In this video on Power Automate get SharePoint Group Members & flow code snippets, we will go through a step-by-step tutorial of how to get users/members from a SharePoint group. We will also look at how to share flow code snippets with users within or outside your organization. Code snippets basically mean sharing parts of your flow with other users. Flow snippets uses the flow copy to my clipboard action.

Video covers the following:
✅ Get Members from SharePoint Group
✅ Flow Code Snippets – copy to my clipboard action
✅ Get Members of Office 365 Group or Azure AD Group
✅ Sample Snippets to download


Sharing flows –

Table of Contents:
00:00 – Intro
01:38 – Send email to SharePoint group members from Power Automate flow
09:22 – Share flow snippets – Use copy to my clipboard action across users and tenants.
16:55 – Subscribe to Reza Dorrani channel

  1. Maqai123 3 months ago

    Very useful tips. Thank you for sharing.

  2. shaik samad 3 months ago

    Reza.. You are Brilliant .. Valuable tips

  3. Xuyến Nguyễn 3 months ago

    Wow! That pasting to the clipboard. It's so impressive! Thanks a lot for sharing.

  4. Sundra Pillay 3 months ago

    Thanks Reza

  5. Gerard Simpson 3 months ago

    Excellent video Reza – all very relevant to what I am currently looking at. Loving the sharing tip – will be a big help in my org. Cheers!

  6. Thank you for sharing all this knowledge, your channel is worth its weight in gold. I could have a text repository of all common actions used and just like that be in business in another flow. Wow 🤗

  7. Daniel A. D Amico 3 months ago

    Always sharing awesome tips and tricks!👏👏👏

  8. Joey O'Neil 3 months ago

    Great stuff as always, Reza!

  9. Tobias Bamberger 3 months ago

    This is Genius! Very Good! Thx 2 u

  10. Maximilian Hofmann 3 months ago

    Thanks again for these tipps. Damn, I love the clipboard function, but that was totally new for me. Thanks! 👍🏻

    Concerning the „copy peek code part at 5:35“:
    For getting the array without going to the peek-code, I’m
    • selecting „expressions“
    • enter a space (or whatever),
    • change back to „dynamic content“
    • select „the Output“
    • going back to expression and delete the firstly inserted space and extend the whole expression with the concerning fieldnames.

    And last not least:
    I love the possibilities the SharePoint _api offers, but there can be done a lot of bad things with it, so I‘ll not present it to our users. 🤐

  11. Jljch Nicosia 3 months ago

    Ohhh copy and paste the 'scope' is really usefull! Tnx for sharing.
    …but when sharepoint groups contains AD security group, where is the practices to recovery mail? I should use http connector for calling graph api?

  12. Dan Robson 3 months ago

    WOW, that is such a cool tip, copy and pasting actions as text, I feel a library of actions coming up! I wish variables could be added to a scope that would really take the possibilities to the next level but this is still such a useful feature. Yet another Reza video where I learn something that will make my life easier!

  13. Nestor Quevedo 3 months ago

    Hi Reza, I don't see the "Email Formatting" option on my end; was this option taken out? And thank you so much for your knowledge library; I been learning a lot from you. Thank you!!!

  14. Juan Sánchez 3 months ago

    Thanks a lot! This is amazing.
    What other uses does the scope action have besides grouping actions?

  15. Emil Grzyb 3 months ago

    Perfect timing. Exactly the alternative I needed for that annoying Parse JSON . Thx RZA

  16. Naveen Kumar 3 months ago

    Excellent Reza….thanks for sharing this😊

  17. alzaimoor79 3 months ago

    Excellent, can we copy and past switch too?

  18. rajaa mohammed 3 months ago

    Useful tips & tricks about power automate. one of the best content deliver so far related to power platform. Keep it up and kudos to your effort.

  19. Ipsita Sahu 3 months ago

    Please create a video to rename a file or else if you have any link for this please share it

  20. TheBananisen 3 months ago

    Thanks for sharing – just love following your channel. Dear Reza! Do you know if there is a max limit of emails in the converted array added to the To: Cc: Bcc: email field? Have a group with +700 users which the solution could be used to send a newsletter for exampel.

    Take care and once again thank you for sharing.

  21. Krishna Bairi 2 months ago

    Hello Reza, thanks for sharing knowledge. I have a use case that I need to send a list of items (from excel report)to the department owners they own as a table in the email… Could you please make a video to create custom html tables?

  22. Ryan Bond 2 months ago

    Reza, this is awesome. Thanks for the snippets – will save me a lot of time! I plan to go through all of your automate series.

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