See Trigger Outputs using Edit Columns in Flow Runs | Power Automate [Quick Tip]

If you are noticed a new addition to the Cloud Flows is where you see the Edit Columns in the Flow page.

Edit Columns in Flow

When you open a Flow, you see the below –

  1. These are your usual results of Flow Runs.

  2. And then you open each Flow Run to see what data is passed in the attributes of the steps.

  3. Now, here’s where Edit Columns are a useful new addition if you are using Flows around Sep 2022 time frame.

  4. And then you get to select the attributes from the Flow itself. In this instance, I’m select name and accountid fields from the Flow.
    Once your desired columns are selected, you can click Save.

  5. Those columns and their respective values will show up. This will save your effort to go into each Flow to look at what the values are.

  6. And from All Runs page, you can even export these to Excel if you need to.

Hope this was useful!

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