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How to download a file from a link Using MS Flow (Power Automate)

If you haven’t already, signup with Parserr and proceed through the onboarding steps Create a rule to extract the URL from your email. And example of this is below: Make sure the URL begins with an http:// or https://. Save your rule as URL. Create a new flow and the add the Parserr trigger: Add a new …

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Email to SharePoint Online (with attachments) Using MS Flow (Power Automate)

For this help section to work you need at least one parsed email including all the data you want parsed setup (ie. all the required rules you need) and the sample email selected in Parserr must have an attachment. If you need help, consult our “Getting Started guide” here. Login to Microsoft Flow here. If you don’t have an account, …

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How to convert a string to a number Using MS Flow (Power Automate)

Parserr passes through data to Microsoft Flow as text fields. This is because Microsoft Flow is actually really great at converting and manipulating data. To change a text field coming from Parserr into a number, have a look at the animation below. Let us know if it doesn’t make sense and feel free to reach …

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Email to SharePoint Online Using Microsoft Flow (Power Automate)

For this help section to work you need at least one parsed email including all the data you want parsed setup (ie. all the required rules you need). If you need help, consult our “Getting Started guide” here. N.B: ‘SharePoint Direct’ integration offers a very similar experience as  ‘Microsoft Flow to SharePoint’ integration. SharePoint Direct does offer some …

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