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Switch Statement using Power Automate

Implementation Steps:

1. Navigate to https://make.powerautomate.com

2. Click Flows

3. Click My Flows –> Click New Flows –> Click Build Your Own

4. Select PowerApps

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5. And Select Power Apps Trigger and Click Next –> Select Switch Statement and Click OK

6. It will open a Popup 

FOR DEMO AM USING A VARIABLE to SWITCH STATEMENT

7. Once Opened Click + (New Step) and Select Initialize Variable and Select Type as Integer and provide Value as 1

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8. Now Add another Variable to Set the Value in Switch Statement

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9. Now in the Switch Statement Select On as the Variable which we declared in Step 7

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10. Now in the Case input Value as 1 and set the Value

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11. Now Click + Button for adding another Case and Add a value like below

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12. If you have any default value Input the Value in Default

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13. Now Save the Flow and Click Test and Trigger manually Now as we have Value Hardcoded as 1 now the Switch Case will Navigate to Case 1

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That’s it 🙂

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