PowerApps | Passing Record Collections from Microsoft Flow to PowerApps

In my previous video, I showed you how we can pass collections from PowerApps as a JSON payload to Microsoft Flow. Now, we will see how we can get a JSON payload back into PowerApps. The technique used here requires knowledge of various PowerApps functions to accomplish the job: Split(), FirstN(), Last(), RemoveIf() , and a timer. Hopefully, one day we will be able to pass JSON payloads from…

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PowerApps | Passing Record Collections from Microsoft Flow to PowerApps

In my previous video, I showed you how we can pass collections from PowerApps as a JSON payload to Microsoft Flow. Now, we will see how we can get a JSON payload back into PowerApps. The technique used here requires knowledge of various PowerApps functions to accomplish the job: Split(), FirstN(), Last(), RemoveIf() , and a timer.

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