Search for Microsoft Teams.
Choose one of the following options to display your search results:
|Search By||Choose whether to return teams that are an Exact Match of the search or Starts With the search expression.||Dropdown||TRUE|
The input field properties that display for Exact Match are different from the input field properties for Starts With.
To learn how to use the Stream Matching Records option and set up a helper flow to return a large number of records, see Set up the stream matching option with a helper flow.
|Display Name||Display name for the team.||String||FALSE|
Specifies the group type. Choose from:
|SMTP address for the team.||String||FALSE|
|Mail Enabled?||Specify whether group is mail-enabled. Choose from
Mail alias for the group, unique in the organization.
This property must be specified when a team is created.
These characters cannot be used in the mailNickName: @()\";:.<>,SPACE.
|Proxy Addresses||Email addresses for the team that direct to the same group mailbox.||List of Text||FALSE|
|Renewed Date Time||
Time stamp of when the group was last renewed.
For example, 2014-01-01T00:00:00Z.
|Date and Time||FALSE|
|Security Enabled?||Specifies whether the group is a security group.||Boolean||FALSE|
Click Choose Flow to browse and select a helper flow to which the search results will be streamed, then click Choose to confirm.
Optionally, click the empty field under Click or drop here to create and add custom extensible fields that pass data to the helper flow. These fields are added as key/value pairs under the State output object in the helper flow.
This field displays when
Specify the number of records to stream.
Appears when Stream Matching Records is selected from the Result Set option.
|ID||Unique identifier for the team.||String|
|Display Name||Display name for the team.||String|
Specifies the group resources that are provisioned as part of Microsoft 365 group creation, that are not normally part of default group creation. Possible value is
||List of Strings|
|SMTP address for the group.||String|
|Mail Nickname||Mail alias for the group, unique in the organization.||String|
|Assigned Licenses||Licenses that are assigned to the group.||Collection|
|Disabled Plans||Collection of the unique identifiers for plans that have been disabled.||String|
|SKU ID||SKU identifier of the service plan.||String|
|Classification||Describes the data or business sensitivity of the team. Must match one of a pre-configured set in the tenant's directory.||String|
|Created Date Time||Time stamp of when the group was created. The value cannot be modified and is automatically populated when the group is created. The Time stamp type represents date and time information using ISO 8601 format and is always in UTC time. For example, midnight UTC on Jan 1, 2014 is 2014-01-01T00:00:00Z.||Date and Time|
|Description||Description for the team.||String|
|Group Types||Indicates Microsoft Teams group type.||List of Strings|
Indicates status of the group license assignment to all members of the team.
QueuedForProcessing, ProcessingInProgress, and ProcessingComplete.
|On Premises Security||Contains the on-premises security identifier (SID) for the group that was synchronized from on-premises to the cloud.||String|
|On Premises Sync||If
|Preferred Data Location||Preferred data location for the group.||String|
Email addresses for the group that direct to the same group mailbox.
For example: ["SMTP: email@example.com", "smtp: firstname.lastname@example.org"]. The any operator is required to filter expressions on multi-valued properties.
|List of Text|
|Renewed Date Time||
Time stamp of when the group was last renewed. This cannot be modified directly and is only updated via the renew service action. The Time stamp type represents date and time information using ISO 8601 format and is always in UTC time.
For example, midnight UTC on Jan 1, 2014 is 2014-01-01T00:00:00Z.
|Date and Time|
Visibility of the group and team.
For example, Public or Private.
|Records Streamed||Specified the number of streamed records.||Number|