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octaking
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I want my flow to be on hold, depending on the state of a column

Hello, I am making a flow that creates a record in another list that serves to show an approval by sending two emails, the first to the applicant and the second to the approver, then I would like the flow to be put on hold until the approver modifies the status column in powerapps.
I want you to wait to send a notification to the applicant with the approver's response once the approver has modified that column.

 

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Re: I want my flow to be on hold, depending on the state of a column

Hi @octaking 

 

since the approver modifies the Status column in PowerApps, you could trigger a Flow from PowerApps to send the email (this would be an on demand call) and there would be no need for putting logic in Flow to wait for field change

 

If you need to put logic in flow, you can use a do until and introduce a delay every x hours and check to see if column is updated and accordingly send email

 

Regards,

Reza Dorrani

 

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Re: I want my flow to be on hold, depending on the state of a column

Hi @octaking 

 

since the approver modifies the Status column in PowerApps, you could trigger a Flow from PowerApps to send the email (this would be an on demand call) and there would be no need for putting logic in Flow to wait for field change

 

If you need to put logic in flow, you can use a do until and introduce a delay every x hours and check to see if column is updated and accordingly send email

 

Regards,

Reza Dorrani

 

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly

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octaking
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Re: I want my flow to be on hold, depending on the state of a column

Hi @RezaDorrani 

you're right

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