I have two questions.
1) Can you create a CSV table that only takes values from one Sharepoint list item?
Currently, this is what I have:
Now sure, this works great, until you have more than one item in a Sharepoint list. If I have more than one item, I will receive an email with the CSV file, but it will contain information for both of these items.
Is there a way to filter which item information is taken from?
2) How can I make multiple values (from different columns in the Sharepoint list) display in the same Excel column, but seperate rows?
This is an example of what I need:
I want values like "Testing" and "Test" to be populated by different Sharepoint list column values.
I have tried this in flows:
However, I will recieve this:
For this example, I typed "123" into Labor Rate 1, "123" into Labor Rate 2, and "123" into Labor Rate 3, but they have been combined together, rather than on seperate rows.
Is there a way I can make these values go to their own seperate rows.
Hi @TBuente ,
For the first question, you could use Get items-Filter Query to filter the items of the specified ID.
For the second question, I am afraid that the only way you can use is to have these Dynamic content correspond to different Headers instead of configuring them in the same Value. Then they can be displayed in a separate column.
Thank you for the assistance! I do have one question for you:
Is there a way to filter by "Title Name"? Basically, I need the email to only contain the new form that users will create. I've tried setting the Filter Query as "Project Title" (Which is a field users must enter), but received an error.
For question 2, I'd like to expand further.
I am making an app that PMs can use to create a project form. Basically, I need them to be able to input team members, rates, etc. and export that to a CSV using flows. From there, I need the CSV to send to our accounting department, from where they will handle the billing information. Currently, we have the accounting department entering all these values in by hand; however, the application that our accounting department uses, has an import/export function.
This is an exported CSV file, showing me the exact template I need for them to import this information input by the PM.
From what youre saying, it is impossible for me to achieve this template using flows?
Don't know if OP already the response he/she was looking for, but i had same problem and found a way to always get a csv for only the recently created Item, my Flow however deletes the item from the list after sending the email with the attached csv. To solve the problem that OP had, in the Get Items action, in Filter query, i put this there 'id eq 'ID'
hope this helps someone
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