This is a video to show you how to use the Skip function within Power Automate (and Logic Apps!). This function works with both Collections & Strings. Collections return the amount of objects after the skipped objects. Strings return the characters after the skipped characters with the secondary parameter. Effectively you ‘skip’ items from either an object or a string and get the proceeding items back in the same datatype and format.
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