SharePoint Integrations with Power Automate and Power Apps to GCC Tenants

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GCC customers can build Power Automate flows and Power Apps apps today that connect and interact with SharePoint sites. As an update to this experience, we are happy to announce that we are enabling you and your users to create/manage custom flows with Power Automate and custom forms/apps with Power Apps for SharePoint lists and libraries in the GCC environment.


With this update:


You can now customize the list and document library form with Power Apps, which opens up for great opportunities to include your custom business processes when interacting with list data. Start here to get started with building Power Apps custom forms for lists and document libraries.


You can now build manual flows associated with a list or a document library that users can trigger from within the list or the document library in SharePoint. To do so, you will first need to build a flow with the 'For a selected item' or 'For a selected file' trigger and associate it with the SharePoint site and list or library. User list or library users in SharePoint can then select an item or a file, respectively, click on the Flow button in the command bar to manually run the flow on the selected item or file. Start here to get started with building Power Automate flows in lists and document libraries.


We hope to enable these integrations soon to our GCC High customers as well. We will publish the updated roadmap items that will provide the rollout dates for GCC High tenants.

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