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How to publish Power Automate Flow as Web API?

 To publish a Power Automate Flow as a Web API, you can use the following steps:

  1. Create a new Flow: Go to the Power Automate portal and click on the "Create" button to create a new Flow.

  2. Add a trigger: Select an appropriate trigger for your Flow, depending on the type of API you want to create. For example, if you want to create a webhook, you can use the "When an HTTP request is received" trigger.

  3. Add actions: Add the actions that your Flow needs to perform. These could include data transformations, data validation, or other business logic.

  4. Test the Flow: Test the Flow to make sure it is working correctly.

  5. Create a custom connector: To create a Web API, you need to create a custom connector that will allow external applications to interact with your Flow. To create a custom connector, go to the Power Automate portal and click on "Data" -> "Custom connectors" -> "New custom connector".

  6. Define the API: Define the API by specifying the endpoints, parameters, and responses. You can also add authentication and security settings to your API.

  7. Test the API: Test the API using a tool such as Postman to make sure it is working correctly.

  8. Publish the API: Once you are satisfied with the API, you can publish it by sharing the API endpoint with other developers or publishing it to a marketplace.

Note that publishing a Power Automate Flow as a Web API may require a Power Automate Premium plan.


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