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tayyj
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Creating reminder for button trigger flow

Hi,

 

I am trying to create an automated scheduled flow for a user to use the manual button trigger seamlessly. I have successfully created a manual button flow to capture the location (country, lat, long) and timestamp of the user into a sharepoint file. However, I want to create a reminder for the user to do this everyday.

 

I have tried the following but does not work/ got stuck:

1. Starting with a scheduled flow - Unable to find location and timestamp dynamic content for the user

2. Find the link to the manual button trigger to embed/attach to an automated email - Nope, dont think there is such a feature

3. Connecting two flows together - Nope, cant find such a feature as well

 

Can someone enlighten me as to how I can create a seamless reminder that links to the manual button trigger to capture the datapoints that I want (location and timestamp and user)?

 

Cheers

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v-litu-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @tayyj,

 

Unfortunately, there is no way to combine two triggers into a Flow. Also, you could not get the location of the user dynamically.

The only way you could achieve is that create two Flows, one is a reminder to the user every day, the other is manually trigger need start by user.

Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ Lin Tu
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