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Check if property exists in Object in Power Automate

Check if property exists in Object in Power Automate

If you're using Power Automate (Microsoft Flow) and need to check if a property exists in an object, this blog post has got you covered. The post outlines the steps you need to follow to accomplish this task.

If the property is of type string, array, or object, you can use a specific expression. However, if the property is not of those types, or you don't know the type, there is an alternative method you can use.

If you're looking to streamline your Power Automate workflows and make the most out of the platform, understanding how to check for object properties is crucial. Head over to the original post for more detailed instructions on how to perform this task.

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