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Item vs items in Apply to each steps in Power Automate
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Jan 22, 2023 8:15 PM

Item vs items in Apply to each steps in Power Automate

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Today a short post, about the item function and the items function in Apply to each step. Apply to each in Power Automate When you create apply to each step you

Apply to each in Power Automate

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When you create apply to each step you can use the Current item to refer to the item that is being processed within the apply to each step as shown below.

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Item vs items in Apply to each steps in Power Automate refers to the way that a data set is handled by the Apply to Each step. Item represents one item from the list of data, while Items represents all items from the list of data. The Apply to Each step will loop through each item and process it using an action or logic defined within the step. This allows for more efficient processing of multiple pieces of data without having to create separate flows for each item.

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