Should we use SharePoint REST or Microsoft Graph API in Power Automate?

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2 thoughts on “Should we use SharePoint REST or Microsoft Graph API in Power Automate?

  1. Great post Luise! We have been leary of Power Automate because of the Http Request requirements, but I didn’t see the Send Http Request to SharePoint action. I will definitely be checking that out.

    In your post, check the first sentence in the Http action section (“Now that we registered our app…”). It looks like it needs to be moved into the next section.

    Thanks for everything you are doing in the community!

    1. Hi there and thank you for your comment! I fixed that! Please share, if you need any more guidance around HTTP 🙂

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