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· Then in Power Automate get the file dynamically then use “Create sharing link for a file or folder” to get the file share link.
· Now respond to PowerApps with a share link along with an extension of “?Download=1″ at the end.
· In PowerApps, assign the file link to one variable then use that variable in the “Launch” function.
· Adding screenshots for more understanding.
· Screenshot from PowerApps
Screenshot from Power Automate
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