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Auto Generate Number & Report

 
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Hi @HelloHello ,

 

I recommend that you use the following method.

First, explain the Status field, if its type is not Choice now, then your configuration is correct, please ignore my previous reply.

The following method does not require expression, only you need to select Dynamic content, and configure the Value in the format shown.

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Community Support Team _ Barry
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Hi @HelloHello 

 

To add a number to each response from Forms, you can add the ID of the response (it is an integer number that is returned along with the response and you can find it in the response details)

 

Another way of doing that would be create a column on SharePoint where you can record the numebr of the response. For example, let's assume there was one response that came in at 9AM and this is response number 1. so you can create a column in sharepoint for this number and (default it as zero) then in flow initialise a variable and get the value of the last item and increment that variable. This will be a long process though. 

 

For the second part of your question, you can simply do a get items and add a filter query to only get items that have teh Not Acknowledged field value. and then to these items you can add numbers and send as emails. 

 

Hope this Helps!

 

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Hi @HelloHello ,

 

Since the Status: field is a choice column, it is not possible to filter items in Filter Query via using this field.

You could try the following method to configure Flow and use Status: value to filter items.

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Details of Apply to each:

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Community Support Team _ Barry
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Hi @HelloHello ,

 

Our methods are fine, but points to note:

  • If the type of Status is Choice, you need to use Status Value in the Filter array.
  • Expression is required in Select.
  • It is recommended to use HTML table.

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Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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Hi @HelloHello ,

 

I just exemplified that in Select, you need to get the column value through Expression, instead of directly populating item()[‘Owner’] directly in Value.

But I am not sure which fields are in your list. Please configure expression according to the field name displayed in Select-From.

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In addition, if the type of the Status field is string, it can be used directly.

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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Hi @HelloHello ,

 

I recommend that you use the following method.

First, explain the Status field, if its type is not Choice now, then your configuration is correct, please ignore my previous reply.

The following method does not require expression, only you need to select Dynamic content, and configure the Value in the format shown.

Image reference:

80.PNG81.PNG

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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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@v-bacao-msft 

 

It's working perfectly now! Thank you so much!!

 

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