Got my recurring flow to this; there is no error, but I'm not receiving the emails.
My test email is the content of the SharePoint list email columns.
I've got two test items that are dated 3/3/2022, with one being "Pending" and the other "Buyer Following Up".
I should have gotten two emails to my account, as both items are outside the date parameters and have the necessary status.
I still assume the output of this action will be empty. Have you already checked it?
You need to optimize your filter query if it is empty.
You can also try it without filter query if you just use test data. There maybe something like a warning that you do not use a filter query but you can still run it.
I removed the Odata infromation.
I checked the OUTPUTS, it is full of information.
The new run ran successfully and the condition results were false.
There is something wrong in the condition, as there are at least two items on the list that should have sent the email.
The flow runs every day. The flow should look at the DateOfEvent; if Today is the 30th day since the DateOfEvent send email to member.
Please check the condition. What is "+30" in the left field?
It is my feeble attempt at trying to satisfy the following need. Check list everyday; if it has been 30 days since the DateOfEvent send an email.
The flow should look at the DateOfEvent; if Today is the 30th day since the DateOfEvent send email to
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