In this video, I talk about how to return data from Flow to PowerApps. This is a really useful feature if you need to access data generated in the process of a flow back in PowerApps.

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  1. Andreas Appel 2 years ago

    I try to accomplish this with array (a simple "get items" response that's refined via a "select" operation) but powerapps only returns the value "true". Any pointers?

    I tried searching the formums for answers but no luck so far. Thanks in advance!

  2. Sharon Yanai 1 year ago

    Thank you for this video. It helps. Do you have a tutorial about using flow to connect powerapps to Cosmos DB (read and write)?

  3. Schwester Johanna 1 year ago

    how did you get your data to the flow… like the concetion between the flow and your app? dont got the orange thing in my flow. so its not working

  4. kmurali krishna 1 year ago

    In fact you should of expand and show Get myprofile action
    there is Select Fields column input variable.
    i just followed, getting error at onselect (button) Set(variable,,
    error: Invalid number of arguments received 0, expected 1.
    after that i tried like this Set(variable,"Country,DisplayName,OfficeLocation",)) its working now
    Question how it is working to you with out arguments…? for me with arguments. is there any property that i need to set.

  5. Uma Gupta 8 months ago

    Superb!! This function I was looking for the last 3 months and I got it very much useful.

  6. Pashupati Mishra 7 months ago

    Thank you so much

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