Often times I’ve heard the need to get the manager of a user for various reasons – seek approval, alert an expiring action, general notification, etc. This needs to be available in Power Automate…and it is!
Power Automate Flows created against SharePoint Online lists/libraries get stored in the same default environment as all other flows. This can lead to confusion and frustration in cases where you need to know which ones are SharePoint-related and which are not. Fortunately, there’s an easy way to find those using PowerShell!