Capturing the timestamp when a specific column in a SharePoint list was modified?

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I also posted this question to Home >  SharePoint> Discussions , but thought I'd broaden the net and post here too. 

 

Right now I seem to be limited to using the default "Modified" column which track when anything about the record is modified. 

 

 

 

 

 

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Hi, You can enable the version history for the list. Whenever an item is modified, you can trigger the Power Automate and check the version for the particular metadata and you can capture the timestamp and do whatever you need.