@frixel earlier you were just getting date and now you are sending time also in that. and that is why the error is coming. You can use the below expression in place of the split function to run it properly
split(first(split(items('Apply_to_each')['Received Mail'],' ')), '-')
Make the change of expression in the set variable action as shown above.
Hope this Helps!
Can you update all the expressions in the consecutive steps, just click on the expression and click update. Run the flow and check the values then. I am able to get it right:
Looks like there is an error in the condition that you are applying. See the screenshot below: You do not have to put the array in the ticks function istead put the compose output:
Can you share a screenshot of what you put there just to rectify?
i don`t see there a * in my expression, where did you see it?
When i replase the expression
split(first(split(items('Apply_to_each')['Received Mail'],' ')), '-') in "set variable"
with what you suggest
Without the * and with a space the flow say`s no valid expression. Also with the *
Hi @frixel I just put a * for showing that you should add a space over there. In the original formula of yours, just hit a space button over there so that the split function works properly.
Oke, i changed it with a space but no difference in the flow.
ALL day`s will just removed!
It like to go good so first day`s will removed but 20 sec later ALL day`s will be removed.
Hi @frixel , The problem is you are doing another apply to each in the yes tab of the condition loop.
See the screenshot below:
You do not have to add another apply to each loop. it should be just delete the row option. (as the apply to each is already there in the parent action)
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