I have a SharePoint list that is working as a project tracker. We have a calculated date column called 'Projected Award Date', it calculates 7 days after 'RFP Issue Date'
I would like to create a Flow that sends a reminder email the morning of the 'Projected Award Date' to remind the project coordinator to collect the RFP's from our inbox.
So far I have
Everything I've tried in the condition returns an expression result as false, but there is a test line in this SharePoint List with the due date listed as today.
Please see the screen shot of my Flow below - it should meet your needs.
Please note that I am using an OData filter so that only the items you want are returned. An OData filter uses the internal column name from SharePoint (rather than the display name). Also note the single quotes on either side of my expression.
If you expect that more than 100 items will be returned on ant day, you need to go to the Get Itms settings, turn pagination on and set the limit to a number that does not exceed 5000.
In my eaxmple, an email s sent every day at 9:00.
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OK - OData doesn't like calculated columns. What is the calculation being done? Is it simply RFP Issue plus 7 days? If so, then give this a try:
'Projected Award Date' is calculating 7 days from 'RFP Date'
We don't need the "projected award date" column, it was put in there to help remind us which day the RFP was due. I am happy to remove it and include that calculation in the Flow.
Basically the flow needs to send a reminder email 7 days after the RFP Date.
I just updated my response above - please let me know if it works for you.
Hi @JenniferHayes ,
I noticed that the single quote of timestamp seems to be missing the one on the right.
Please add the correct single quotes outside Expression.
Also make sure that RFP_x0020_Date is in OData to indicate RFP Date column.
You could not configure Filter Query first, then execute Get items action to see how RFP Date field in Body is displayed, as below:
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