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Jun 23, 2022 6:24 PM

How to write SharePoint queries the easy way

Lewis explains how to activate an option in Power Automate to make accessing your data from SharePoint 10x easier. When you have used the "Get Items" action for SharePoint in Power Automate and need to filter the results you want to process, this blog post is for you.

How to write SharePoint queries the easy way

Everyone who already built a PowerAutomate flow which needs to retrieve data from a SharePoint list, has used the ‘Get items’ action. Often it is required to only process a sub-set of items (e.g., based on the creation date of the items). There the ODATA-query field comes into play. However, for many users it is not native to write ODATA queries by themselves.

That’s why Lewis explains how to simplify this step by a lot.

In his article he explains:

  • How to change PowerAutomate settings
  • Enable experimental features
  • Use the easier ODATA filtering option

  • Know-HowContent Type
  • Jun 22, 2022First published
  • 1 minReading Time
  • EnglishArticle Language