Get today's date and format date to 'dd-MM-yyyy' format using Power Automate Microsoft Flow (MS Flow). Initialize a new string variable with name todaysDate.
Convert a string having the JSON content to JSON object using Power Automate Microsoft Flow (MS Flow). We will work with the JSON Object and not the JSON Array.
Use If Else conditional statements to handle the decision based on the condition defined. We will see them in action in Power Automate Microsoft Flow.
Convert an Integer to String in Power Automate. Log in to Microsoft Flow and create a new Instant Flow. Name it accordingly. Add a new step to initialize an Integer variable.
In this post, we will get the user profile using the MS Flow. To start with, create an Instant cloud flow in Power Automate and add a new action.
In this post, we will concatenate two strings using MS Flow. The first string, I will hardcode and the second string I will take it from the initialized variable.
In this part, we will get the JSON payload that we received from Twilio that contains our WhatsApp message. There are many properties here, but we are only focused on few.
I got this error when I tried to Parse JSON when a request is received in Power Automate. I tried many ways to Parse the data but could not succeed. Finally, I got a lead by just randomly doing try and error method.
In this post, we will send inputs from Power Automate Cloud to Power Automate Desktop (PAD). Here we trigger the PAD flow from the cloud by passing the inputs.