Marcel Lehmann

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PowerPlatformTip 37 – ‘Table to JSON’

Are you a frequent user of Power Automate and often come across two-column tables, such as those with ‘Name’ and ‘Value’ columns? If you want a simple way to select individual entries within those tables, look no further! We’ve got a straightforward trick for you that’ll make your Power Automate experience even smoother.

Follow these two easy steps:

  1. First, convert your data with ‘Name’ and ‘Value’ columns into a JSON record. This will allow you to manipulate the data more efficiently.
  2. Next, utilize the “Parse JSON” action within Power Automate. This action will help you structure your data, making it simpler to access individual entries.

And there you have it! By following these steps, you can now effortlessly select each entry within your Power Automate flows.

If you want to see the overview above all #PowerPlatformTip – click here

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