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Hi all, 

 

I'm relatively new to Automate, and hoping you all can help me. I'm trying to build a flow to trigger an email based on content from 1 column in SharePoint changing. The flow is running and capturing my data from SharePoint correctly, and my condition should be met, but for some reason it doesn't think it is. 

 

I've created a list view just for this flow, Unique IDs, that only contains 2 columns. The column I am interested in is "Unique ID in Approved Backlog." The condition I've set to meet is "'Has Column Changed: Unique ID in Approved Backlog' is equal to True." 

 

As you can see in the attached flow and results, the output recognizes that this column has changed, but the condition is returning false. Any help would be appreciated!Complete flowComplete flowOutput of "Get changes for an item or file (properties only)" after runningOutput of "Get changes for an item or file (properties only)" after runningResults of the flow (I added an email just to confirm "false" was being returned)Results of the flow (I added an email just to confirm "false" was being returned)

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And it apparently has to do with using "True" instead of "true." It's working now! 🙂 

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And it apparently has to do with using "True" instead of "true." It's working now! 🙂 

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Hi,

 

Thanks for your follow up post on this! I am glad that you were able to get this figured out. Hopefully this will prove useful to future communities users who are encountering similar issues.

 

Regards,

 

Alex

 

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Community Support Team _ Alex Rezac
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