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Devin Knight continues his series on HubSpot and Power Automate integration. In this second part, he dives deeper into the Power Automate side of the process after a quick review of HubSpot's documentation. The main focus is on creating a flow that can access HubSpot's API securely and perform actions like searching for contacts based on email addresses. Let's break down the key steps and concepts from his video.
Devin Knight demonstrates how to create a flow in Power Automate that connects to HubSpot.
1. Start with a Manual Trigger: For simplicity, he begins with a manual trigger. Later, you can change it to other triggers based on your requirements.
2. Adding an HTTP Action: Devin adds an HTTP action, which is essential for making API calls.
3. Setting Headers: To authenticate and specify the content type, you need to set headers.
4. Filtering Contacts Based on Email Addresses: In this specific flow, Devin filters contacts based on email addresses.
Limit Results: If you only want one result, set a limit to ensure you get a single contact.
5. Using Variables: To pass the email address value into the API call, Devin initializes a variable and uses dynamic content to provide the email address.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Devin Knight is a Microsoft Data Platform MVP, Microsoft Certified Trainer, and President of Pragmatic Works. He focuses on driving adoption of technology through learning. He is an author of nine Power Platform, Business Intelligence, and SQL Server books. He has been selected as a speaker for conferences like Power Platform Summit, PASS Summit, SQLSaturdays, and Code Camps for many years. Making his home in Jacksonville, FL Devin is a contributing member to several local user groups.
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