“I’m trying to filter files in SharePoint by the file name but Power Automate tells me that column ‘Name’ doesn’t exist.”
“I don’t see the dynamic content output from the Power Automate ‘Filter array’ action, all I see are the values from the action before the filter was applied.”
“I need to get all SharePoint items with the same value in a lookup column, but the OData filter in Power Automate doesn’t return any items.”
“The Title field contains values like: “Tom’s column” (with apostrophe) and I need to use the Title in the Power Automate OData Filter Query.”
“Since I changed the column to “Multiple lines of text”, I can no longer use “substring” to filter on that column in Power Automate.”
“I want to order the output of the Power Automate ‘Get files’ action to build an HTML table. Order by the Sub Folder Name that houses the file, ascending order.”
Does your Power Automate flow need to filter only items or documents assigned to a specific user and ignore the rest?
“My Filter Query in Power Automate action Get files doesn’t filter any data. It returns all documents all the time.”
“I need to use calculated column in a filter but Power Automate always returns Action ‘Get_items’ failed. Field ‘…’ of type ‘Calculated’ cannot be used.”
Does your Power Automate flow use condition to process all the items instead of a filter to get only the relevant ones?