See how to boost your productivity and efficiency using self-monitoring document workflows in Share Point.
Author Gini Courter explains how to design streamlined workflows, from analyzing inefficiencies in manual processes to leveraging automation to avoid performing tedious, repetitive tasks.
Build a dictionary that will contain the headers for the REST call.
This is the part 2 of the 3 part series related to handling large lists with Microsoft Flow – a no-code solution.
Introduction Welcome to the Share Point 2013 REST Series.
In my previous article, we saw how to delete a Custom List using the REST API.
This post will demonstrate how you can iterate through a large list (or library) circumventing the list view threshold restrictions.
Once you have the list iterator in Flow, you can use and reuse for man use cases, such as updating a List column data for all the items or copying list items to a different list or identifying items based on a certain criterion, so on so forth.
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