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LSmarie
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Excel Email Workflow - Multiple Email Notifications

Hello,

 

I am in the middle of creating an email notification workflow through sharepoint/excel online. The workflow is successful, however it only sends me a notification for the first item that matches. I need a notification for each individual item that matches my condition from the excel table and for that notification to be sent to the email address in the same row. I have attempted to use the "apply to each" condition, but it just ends up sending me multiple emails about the same row.

 

Can someone explain in laymen terms how to achieve this? Review Example.pngREVIEW TESTER 2.PNG

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I really appreciate your help!

 

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Jcook
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Sorry,

Instead of using get row. Which gets 1 row, could you try using Lost rows present in table

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Jcook
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Hello,

Add an Apply to each under the get row and use the excel get row value in the apply to each loop.

Additionally add the steps under the get row into this loop.

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LSmarie
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@Jcook I have added the steps that you listed. I am receiving multiple emails, all containing the exact same information. 

 

For example,

If there are three stores that are marked "overdue" I am getting three separate emails all containing the information for only one store. 

Jcook
Super User III
Super User III

Sorry,

Instead of using get row. Which gets 1 row, could you try using Lost rows present in table

—Josh
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LSmarie
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@Jcook  That worked and was so easy! Thank you for your help!

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