Transpose table columns using Power Automate (With example)

Power automate always works with defined column headers.

Let’s take an example. Contoso uses a permission matrix to determine access provisioning based on employee role.

Role Office365 Outlook Adobe License D365 Sales D365 Marketing
Office Admin Yes Yes
Sales Rep Yes Yes
Sales Manager Yes Yes Yes
CTO Yes Yes Yes

HR manager wants to create role based permissions checklist for new employees.

We…

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Transpose table columns using Power Automate (With example)

Power automate always works with defined column headers. Let’s take an example. Contoso uses a permission matrix to determine access provisioning based on employee role. RoleOffice365 Outlook Adobe LicenseD365 SalesD365 MarketingOffice AdminYesYesSales RepYesYesSales ManagerYesYesYesCTOYesYesYes HR manager wants to create role based permissions checklist for new employees.

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