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Helper I
Helper I

Conditional Iteration with Planner Template

Greetings,

There is a template that allows you to go through the buckets on a plan and email out a summary.  It works perfectly as is right out of the box.   In the resulting email, as you can see, it is all nicely done.

Screen Shot 2020-12-20 at 2.55.37 AM.jpg

  So, I'm starting from known good.

 

I would like only to get the tasks that aren't 100% captured and put them in the email sent out.

This is the Iterate through tasks chunk of the flow, which has a condition, so I'm assuming that I do a modification here.

I believe this is where I should be modifying the flow's condition, but I'm not clear as to how to do this.

Screen Shot 2020-12-20 at 2.53.10 AM.jpg

 

Any assistance gratefully received.

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Super User
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@RickSegal 

 

In the Condition you can add a new row where in you can specify about the percent complete condition evaluation.

 

Gopala_Krishna_0-1608485307280.png

In the image shared, I have specified a condition where in I have selected value percent complete from the dynamic content, on the right hand I have specified the value 100 and mentioned the condition to be less than.

 

This will help in capturing the tasks that are not 100% complete, you can incorporate the same condition and it will help you in achieving the desired result.

 

If the information shared helps you, please consider giving a thumbs up 👍 and mark solution as resolved

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Super User
Super User

@RickSegal 

 

In the Condition you can add a new row where in you can specify about the percent complete condition evaluation.

 

Gopala_Krishna_0-1608485307280.png

In the image shared, I have specified a condition where in I have selected value percent complete from the dynamic content, on the right hand I have specified the value 100 and mentioned the condition to be less than.

 

This will help in capturing the tasks that are not 100% complete, you can incorporate the same condition and it will help you in achieving the desired result.

 

If the information shared helps you, please consider giving a thumbs up 👍 and mark solution as resolved

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@Gopala_Krishna ,

Worked like a charm.  Thank you for taking the time to help, especially the screengrab.  

Stay safe and happy holidays.

 

Rick

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