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TBuente
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Create CSV Table - Multiple Rows and attaching CSV files?

Hi all, I have two questions.

 

1) Currently I have a Create CSV Table that is working just fine with my Sharepoint list; however, I need multiple rows under one column. Is there a way to do this? The reason I need this, is because I have to follow strict layout in order for my users to import data into a specific program.

CreateCSV.png

Currently this is what I have for my flow, and it outputs this:

csvoutput.png

This is great; however, I need multiple ProjectTitles, PIC's, etc. to be on their own rows, like this:

 

csvwanted.png

Is there anyway to output this? Obviously I will need to call different list columns per row, but as long as the correct data is where I want it, it doesnt matter.

 

2) Currently, I have my flow begin upon List item creation. The flow saves the CSV into a document page in the same Sharepoint site, and send an email to users. I would like to have the email contain the CSV that is created in the flow. Is there anyway to do this? In the attatchments area on "Send Email", I have tried attatching the Create CSV Table, but I only recieved any error.

 

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Re: Create CSV Table - Multiple Rows and attaching CSV files?

Hi @TBuente ,

 

Yes and yes, please refer to screenshot below to create the flow:

1.png 

Please let me know if your problem could be solved.

 

Best regards,

Alice       

 

Community Support Team _ Alice Zhang
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TBuente
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Re: Create CSV Table - Multiple Rows and attaching CSV files?

This did answer my second question; however, I am still lost when it comes to my first question.

 

Allow me to explain further, my apologies.

 

I would like multiple different columns (from the sharepoint list) to populate the same column, but on different rows. The reason I need multiple columns, is becasue I have columns for each team member (Team Member 1, Team Member 2, Team Member 3, etc.)

 

Basically, I'd like users to select many team members, and then have the CSV file look like this:

team mem example.png

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