Use the “PowerApps V2” Trigger
👉 First, you can customize the connection used and run the flow with a service user, for example, making it more secure and manageable.
👉 Second, you can directly define the input type for the trigger, giving you even greater control over how your flow works.
👉 Third, you can use this flow as a child flow or trigger it directly from PowerApps, allowing for more flexibility and versatility.
You can see also here a Video about that:
Run Power Apps connections with elevated permissions via Power Automate | Impersonate flow actions from Reza Dorrani
If you want to see the overview above all #PowerPlatformTip – click here
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