In this video follow Jonathon as he builds a flow with Microsoft Power Automate with a manual trigger that adds an item on a SharePoint.
It is a pretty simple concept, but as it develops into more complex situations, you will see that understanding how to check for null values and a blank list are common problems that all flow designers encounter as some time. Take a look at how Jonathon uses ODATA filters and Conditions to accommodate for the null values and ensure that the flow is running the correct way each and every time.
I’ve probably Google’d this dozens of times since I started using Microsoft Flow with SharePoint Online. The top hit on Google isn’t very helpful, but the solution is actually pretty simple. So instead of doing this over and over again, I’m just posting what I’ve found works - at least for most column types.
In this article, we will see how to solve Power Automate How To Store Null Date In Sharepoint List Column with examples.