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Power Automate Tutorial: Flatten or Explode Nested Arrays with JSON

This YouTube video tutorial is all about flattening or exploding nested arrays in Power Automate. The video helps users understand the process of expanding arrays to relate data in a more meaningful way. The focus is on JSON data and Power Automate, highlighting techniques that have been shown to be successful in streamlining data operations.

The tutorial starts by giving viewers an overview of the problem of nested arrays, with practical examples that make it easier to understand the issues associated with their handling. The video then proceeds to illustrate the techniques behind the flattening process and explains how users can achieve it in Power Automate.

By way of explanation, the tutorial goes through all the necessary steps to help users gain a better perspective on how to explode / flatten nested arrays in Power Automate - from accessing JSON data to utilizing actions within Power Automate. By the end of the tutorial, users will be armed with the knowledge necessary to navigate this complicated process, significantly reducing time and effort required to handle nested arrays in their operations.

So, for Power Automate users seeking ways to optimize their processes, this tutorial offers the valuable insights and techniques necessary to turn nested arrays into flat, easily manageable forms.

The video tutorial can be accessed by following the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_93_aJu44zE

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