This is my first shot at setting up a flow. I am trying to set one up that posts a message to a Teams Channel when a specific change occurs in a Sharepoint List. I tried configuring one on my own, but it would get triggered by changes to fields other than what I thought I had limited it to. Please see specifics below...
Here is a sample record from my list:
When the value in the Review Status field is changed to "Completed", I would like an automated message to be posted to our Teams Channel with an active @mention directed at the Reviewer of the record that was edited. Here is my current setup (I'm sure it's full of errors):
I also applied a a Trigger Condition on the settings of the first element to try to limit the column the flow was looking at:
Hopefully I've provided enough info on this. Please reply if you need any additional info. As stated above, this is my first shot at this, and if I am approaching this completely wrong, please point me in the right direction.
What is the output of the condition in your Flow? I can see that you are comparing the column to a "Completed" value which should narrow down the posts on the Team Channel. Please confirm if the trigger is actually receiving the correct Completed value. You can add a Compose action before the condition in order to check the value as well.
The condition was set on "Review Status Value." I initially had it set to "Review Status," as that is the column name, but it kept failing. Now it runs on both "Status" columns even though I thought I only had it set up to only look at "Review Status." Below are screenshots for both Status column options:
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