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Microsoft Flow - Copy Items between SharePoint lists/ libraries

If you every need an no code app to copy files between SharePoint online libraries. You could follow way of doing. 
Navigate to Microsoft Flow (click here) and choose empty template to start with. 
Then choose Power App trigger as below.  Source File: You will be required to use "Get File Properties" action to get information of file/ item. 
Source file Path = <Folder Path> <File Name with Extension>
Destination: You could build destination file path as below;
Destination File Path = <Hard-coded Destination Folder Name> "File Name with Extension"

Microsoft Flow - SharePoint Online document approval based on user input value (Properties/ Metadata)

If you need to approve document based on user input input value in the Microsoft flow, it will be challenging.

Because, Microsoft Flow does not have trigger to fire on document check-in (versioning enabled on document library).

What came to mind is to have a "wait until" action which we had in other workflow systems.

So, I had included "Do Until" action checked until there is a value in "Title". In my scenario, I considered "Title" as required column.

Microsoft flow advanced mode expression to check property as below;

@not(empty(body('Get_file_properties')?['Title']))




Could not delete actions (nodes) on Microsoft flow workflow

If you are using web browser other than Internet Explorer which is favorite web browser of most of Windows users 😉you may experienced this.

Specially actions inside looped actions, you will find its not possible to delete those actions.
























Solution:

Knowing that there is some UI fixes for Edge, Chrome, Firefox or other browsers. 

Just open with Internet Explorer where you will be able to delete actions as you wish. 

Make some extra space on Windows 10 - Clear caches data

If you are using Windows 10 for years, then you will be looking for making extra space on disks.

⏯ First:
Enable Storage Sense
Windows + X --> System --> Storage
By default its disabled, go ahead and enable it.










Second:
Choose free up space now on the same Window and clean now.
Based on options you choose as below, it will clean your drives.


















Third:
Run disk clean up.
You could run disk clean up by searching disc clean up and then it will give you a window to choose drive. Choose drive you need to clean then click on okay.


















Final:
Clean up temporary drive by deleting all files there. Believe me it wont affect your computer but it will delete some cached data.
Open run with holding Windows key and R together, then visit temporary folder as below then select everything then delete.