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Anonymous
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Compare entered date with existing dates in PowerApps/Flow

Hello,

 

I have a date entry field in powerapps where users can select multiple dates. After user enters the dates, I need to check date difference between the entered date(s) and existing dates and trigger email notification if the difference between 2 dates is less than 90 days.

 

The column is mapped to SharePoint list.

 

Any inputs please

 

Thank You

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v-litu-msft
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Hi @Anonymous,

 

Currently, there is no function like DateDif() function that could be used to calculate the Days between two dates. AS a workaround, you can use the addDays() function instead.

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If  addDays(variables('Date1'), 90) is greater than variables('Date2'), it means between Date 1 and Date 2 is less than 90 Days, or it is greater than 90 days.

Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ Lin Tu
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Anonymous
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Hi Lin,

Thanks for the reply. The problem is I have to compare dates within the same field and not two different fields. I'm not sure if the below approach works for my scenario. Any thoughts?

Thank You
Anonymous
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Hello,

 

I have designed the below but running into loop and triggering notification for all rows. Any advice how to resolve this issue?Flow.JPG

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