This help file explains to you the basics of how to receive data from Microsoft Power Automate. If you want to learn more about how to send data to Microsoft Power Automate, take a look at this manual.
Receive Data within a Flows automation
If you are using the Flows feature of WP Webhooks, you can simply select the “Microsoft Power Automate” integration from the integration dropdown of the trigger. This will generate a receivable URL, which you can use within the “Webhooks” app of Microsoft Power Automate to send data to your WordPress website.
All of the sent data will then be available within the Flow itself.
Receive Data directly on an action URL
You can also receive data from Microsoft Power Automate with a direct connection to one of our actions. This allows you to directly communicate with a specific action of your choice.
How to set up the Microsoft Power Automate HTTP Webhook app
To get started, please head into Microsoft Power Automate and add the HTTP Webhook action.
Once you added the action as seen in the screenshot above, you can start filling in all required values. To get started, please head into your WordPress dashboard -> Settings -> WP Webhooks -> Receive Data and select the action you would like to send data to.
From there, you can create a new action URL which you then place into the “Subscribe – URI” field inside of the Flow of Microsoft Power Autmoate.
Now we accomplished that our module talks directly to our chosen action.
As of now, the connection wouldn’t do anything as we don’t send over any specific values.
To change that, we offer our so-called arguments. This is a list of various attributes that you can use to send data to your chosen action.
In the screenshot above, you can see that we added two different arguments and their respective values of our choice. While those arguments differ for each available webhook action, you might want to use what you desire.
A full list of all arguments is available within the argument list of our plugin under WordPress dashboard -> Settings -> WP Webhooks -> Receive Data -> Your chosen webhook action
To use those arguments, you must add them in a JSON formatted string as seen in the screenshot above. If the argument you want to use us is user_id, your json formatted string will look like this:
Please also double check that the “Subscribe – Method” is set to “POST”.
That’s it! After clicking ok, you successfully set up the WP Webhooks module for Microsoft Power Automate.
In case you would like to see any specific feature, you can request it here.
To access our Microsoft Power Automate extension you can click on the following link: https://wp-webhooks.com/integrations/microsoft-power-automate/