If you are new to Power Automate and are wondering how Tracked Properties are and how they work?
Tracked Properties are data properties which are hidden away from the Input/Output sections of the Flow and which you can explicitly retrieve in a Flow Run.
Here’s a post to explain the same!
Below are what Tracked Properties are –
- If you look at the Settings section of different Actions, you’ll see Tracked Properties.
- And you’ll see Tracked Properties at the bottom once all Action specific Settings are listed.
- Here, you can create and store your own properties and it’s value. It’s value could also be results of preceding steps or from expressions.
See example below –
- Once you create these Properties, here’s how you can retrieve the same.
Retrieving Tracked Properties
Here’s how you can retrieve Tracked Properties –
- You need to address using actions() method in Power Automate to read Tracked Properties of a certain step.
Hence, the syntax is “
- You can store it in an Object variable and see the result as below
- Or, if you want to retrieve only a specific property, you can mention the same in the expressions itself.
- And it’ll show up like this (In anything stores Integer / String)
Hope this helps!
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