Flow: Create SharePoint List Choice Fields Using REST API with Power Automate

When you have an existing SharePoint list or if you have created one using the method described in Create SharePoint List REST API with Power Automate, you will then want to populate it with some fields.

There are several FieldTypeKinds, at least 31 and you kind find more information on them at this linkFieldType Members.

In this post, I will cover another commonly used FieldType in SharePoint, the "choice" field.

Here is the complete Flow:

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Flow: Create SharePoint List Text Fields Using REST API with Power Automate

When you have an existing SharePoint list or if you have created one using the method described in Create SharePoint List REST API with Power Automate, you will then want to populate it with some fields.

There are several FieldTypeKinds, at least 31 and you kind find more information on them at this link, FieldType Members.

In this post, I will cover the most commonly used FieldType in SharePoint, the "single line of text". The plan is to create 10 of these fields so below, I will walk through the steps required to carry out this task.

Here is the complete Flow:

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PowerShell SharePoint PnP: Installing SharePoint PNP PowerShell

Open Windows Powershell as Administrator.

Run the following

Install-Module SharepointPNPPowershellOnline

Type A when prompted.

To verify the version installed type the following:

Get-Module SharePointPnPPowerShell* -ListAvailable | Select-Object Name,Version | Sort-Object Version -Descending

Type the following to connect to your SharePoint Online Environment replacing <YourTenant> with your Tenancy alias, e.g alanlearnsstuff12345

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PowerShell SharePoint: Installing SharePoint Online Management Shell

Once upon a time there was a need to download an MSI and to install the SharePoint PowerShell Module that way, however, as all useful and trusted modules do one day it now can be found in the PowerShell Gallery at this linkMicrosoft.Online.SharePoint.PowerShell. If you were still to need it for some reason it can be located here. But don't bother doing that, have a read below and get started using SharePoint Online Management Shell.

So, to install the module, run PowerShell as administrator and type …

Install-Module -Name Microsoft.Online.SharePoint.PowerShell

Then to bring it in to use by sending this command …

Import-Module -Name Microsoft.Online.SharePoint.PowerShell

Now we have the module, installed and imported to the session let's connect …

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